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26 mRYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO 
KNOW ABOUT STORAGE DEVICES 

Your essential guide to disk drives, CD-ROM and tiard drives - virtualty ^very storage nnedium for 
your Amiga. How ihey wortt. what Ihey do, what ttie future holds, and a guide to the best buys. 

32 GOING PUBLIC 

Whai is tliis thiw called Public Domain? And how can you get a slice of it? Tony Morgan explains the 
whole ptienomena, otters fips on raleasing your own disks and tiow to set up your own library. 

PRODUCTIVITY REVIEWS PRODUCTIVITY REVIEWS PRODUCTIVITY REVIEWS 

Lightwave 3D finally hits Europe, and weVe got ^ full re.i^ of ttie official release version^ We also look 
at possibly the ctieapest 4Mb A1200 upgrade, hook up -a new tax modem, and Iry out & heap of 
new textures. And there's more ,., 

88 IMAGE BANK TEXTURES 

A rrew range of texiures (or ra/ trac&rs and multimedia types. 

88 ZYDEC A1200 RAM BOARD 

Possibly the cfiea'pest Al 200 32-bit RAM e:<pansion. 

89 CD REPAIR KIT 

Got a dodgy CD? It's likely ttiis can iron out the creases. 

92 LIGHTWAVE 3D 3 J 

We review Ihe oflicial UK release of this amazing ray tracer. 

94 VISTA PACK . , ...nHi. 

Vista Pi^Vista Lite, Tefrstorm and Mskepath in one landscape-generating bundle. 

% MATHVISION ,. . I 

Pulsating patterr\s from csomplex maths - calling all mad gemusesi 

99 SMART STOR 

A handy removable 30Mb tiard drive for the A600. 

im IM&PF MtRDOR 

With some original effects up its sleeve, oould this be the new standard in image processing? 

102 ESSENCE AND FORGE 

Two top texture generators join foTCeS- 

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We reach the merry month of Oclober, and a veritable cornucopia of lop game reviews an6 previews. We've got the full 
details or) the Ooean/EA tie up. Renegade's corking Ruff 'N' Tumble, the unbelievable Defray"? from Impressions and, 
oelieve it or not. a review of US Gold's World Cup 94\ Read on, weaiy travellers. 



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FItST IMPRESSIONS 

Once more we lake you thnougK the newest and most 
exciting game previews around, including Megsriics 
from Mindscape and Cyiwrp^mes - a new beat 'em up 
from Sweden. 

OCEAN -ITS DEEP MANI 

The full siory on the big one's Christmas titles, induding 
TFXand Migfity Max. PLUS: the tie up of the year, 
Ocean's Electronic Arts licences, including Jungle Strike 
and Shaq FU. 

BUBBLEGUN 

Another cute platform game? Sadly, this one isn't as 
good as some Other efforts, as Tony Dillon soon finds. 

DHROIT 

A game where you run a factory might not sourKi too 
exciting, but Tony Dillon discovers the joys of mailteting. 

REUNION 

Grandslam have been plotting this one tor a while, and 
Watt Broughton is the man who gets to play it. 

TOP GEAR 2 

It's a little odd that Gremlin should want to release 
another racirvg game, particularly one Ibat iisn't all that 
hot- Tony Dillon digs the dirt. 

RUFF 'N' TUMBLE 

Cule platform games are becoming commonplace, bul 
Tony OHion is blown away by Renegade's excellent 
new offerir^g. 

GRAHAM GOOCH 

Audiogenic continue their never-ending quest for the 
perfect sports licence, and Andy Nuttall isn't complaining, 

WORLD CUP USA 94 

A month after the game itself ended . US Gold have 
released the ofticial license, and it's a tittie duff. 

GULP! 

What do you get if you drown iemmngs? ICE's new 
title, that's what'! 

ARMOUR GEDDON 2 

3D combat extravaganza this month, with the sequel to 

one of last year's best strategy titles. 

VFM 

A Psygnosis spectacular this issue, as we look at five of 
the si>f rereleases in the Summer Madness range. 

VALHAIU SOLUTION 

Level two of this enormous adventure is yours for the 
asking this month, as Lisa Tunnab takes you through her 
lop selling game. 

VAWPYRA 

More smut and sorcery ttiis month, as readers get ail 
het up over their iricky bits. Its lucky Vampyra is around 
to heal rheir wounds. 




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A new company rising from ihe ashes 
of CofTimodore UK? No AAA chip 
planned? Type$ini!h, Lemmings and 
Fantasy Football. It's News, brought to 
you by fhe bionic pens of messrs 
Dykes, Diilon and Leaning . 

36 CD32 ZONE 

'Shiny Disk' Dillon takes us through 
another fun packed Diary Of A 
Game, studies Cyfwrwaf and Liiil 
Divil, ar>d gives us some disconcert 
ing news about Novasiorm. 

108 PD SCENE 

Jump straight to page 1 08 for an eye- 
full of this year's best demo, plus 
everything else that's hot on the 
PD Scene 

US PDUTILmiS 

A brand new set Of top quality sam- 

pies, extra rrmduies for Final WntSf, 
and a player for PC animations are 
just a few of the bargains on offer 
this month. 

120 ART GALLERY 

More superb readers' artwork is 
showcased by resident art critic 
Combat Coilins. 

162 POINTS OF VIEW 

Andy Leaning gels in a stale about 
packaging. Plain b-rown wrapper, or 

glossy box of delights -you decide. 



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Is Deluxe Paint still the Amiga's top graphics and 
animation system? Find out for yourself with our 
exclusive Deluxe Paint Version 5 demo! 



THE ICON STRIP 

For those unfamiliar with Deluxe 
Paint, here's a quick run-down of the 
functions availabl& from the icon strip, 
Ali function^ are selected with a Sin- 
gle click of the left mouse button, 
unl&s5 otherwise Slated. 



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DOTflDDRAW 

Suitably for drawing with larger 
brushes, otfierwise lines appear 
10 be broken. 

LINE DRAW 

This draws straight lines. Holding 
the left button sels ttie start point, 
releasing ii $eis i^ie end point, 



riu. 

Fill$ the selected area with Hie 
current colour, or ttie pattern 
defined in, the Fill Type box. 

REaANGLE 

Draws fillad and outlined rectan- 
gles. Click the lop left corner lor 
outline, bottom right for filled. 



Click once on the page to set the 

centre, then pull out to itie desired 
size and shape, Click again to 
draw, orfiold the lefl button 
and drag the mouse lo rotate 
the ellipse 

CUT OUT BRUSH 

Cul Out seetions of the screen 
wrlh this tool- Click once, and you 
can drajg out a rectar>gular area, 
which will become the active 
brush, Click twice, and you can 
mark out an irregular shape using 
the connected line techmquo. 

GRID MODE 

LodiS ttie pointer movement to a 
grvl Right mouse button brings 
ii|>iie grid options. 




Choose your 'pen tip' Irom this 
small selection. For a bigger 
brush, click one of them with 
the right mouse button, and 
drag it out to the required 
size by holdirvg down the left 
mouse button. 



CONNECTED 
DRAW 

Suitable for smaller brushes. 
Can be loo slow for use with 
larger brushes. 

CURVE 

Works like the line functions, 
but draws curves. A second 
mouse click sets the apex of 
th« curve, 

AIRBRUSH 

Draws with an airtmsh effect. 
See the section on Airtrush 
for details on the new ^ 
airbrush options. 

CIRCU 

Works the same as the rectan- 
gle tool, 

CONNECTID UNE 

Wortts liike the line function, but 
the end point of the line 
becomes the start point for the 
next. Click the lop left corner 
for unfilled lines, bottom right 
for filled. Spacebar finishes Ihe 
current line setiuence, 

TEXT 

Allows you to type texl directly 
onto the screen. Drag the cur- 
sor wiHi the mouse. Right 
mouse button brings up the 
lont selector 

SYMMETRY 

Duplicates pen movemants 
around a central point. Right 
mouse button brings u,p 
the options. 

ZOOM 

Alters the zoom factor d the 
magnify window: Letl btittor 
zoorre in, righl budon zoonre. out. 



NEW FEATURES 

Here'aa list Dithe main new leslirres In 
Deluxe Paint 5,.. 

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• 24'bit)ruscBli)'iir 

• Multiple iialeltfr anijnatl 19111$ 

• VariablE Iramie rate airimalions 

• Textures Isr rgali&tic dratwinq 
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• Gradient transluctinCY 

• Soil eitge air firush 

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GENERAL USE 

Deluxe Psint 5 is a paint and anima- 
tion program -you can use it to 
create static pictures and moving ani- 
mations. To draw on the screen, hold 
down the left mouse button and 
move the mouse. To select a differ- 
ent drawing mode, use the icon strip 
on the right of Ihe screen. To change 
the pen colour, click a new one from 
the palette bebw the icon strip. 
Areas of thie page can be erased by 
holding the right mouse button whilst 
dra'Aing, All menu functions are 
selected in the normal way with ihe 
right mouse button. What follows 
is a guide to some of the key 
new features. 

TEXTURES 

To simulate real world drawing 

materials more realistically, DPsint 5 
allows the use of different ' textures'. 
These give the impression ot draw- 
ing onto su daces such as canvass, 
stone, marble etc. 

To use a teKture, select Texture - 
> Load from: the Etf menu, A file 
requester will appear with four avail- 
able textures. Double click on any 
one of them. Now when yoti draw on 
the page, instead of laying down 
solid colour, you get a subtle 
shaded pattern showing through. 



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TAKE NOTE 

This ctemo version ot DPaini 5 has 
3 few limitalions. as foilows: low- 
resolution screen modes on!y, a 
maximum ot 64 ooiours, a maxi- 
mum 25 frames per animation, and 
no saving of images, animalions or 
settings. All of the other features 
are in full working order. 



Select a larger Jjrush to see the 
effect more clearly. 

To swilch back to normal drawing 
mocte, select Taxlure -> On/Of^ f rom 
the Eff menu. Try another teK(ure bj^ 
selecting Texiure -> Load from ttie Eff 
menu onoe again. These texture file$ 
are actually IFF Ijfgshes. This makes 
it very easy for you to create your own 
texiure^. Any part ot a page can be 
ojt out as a brush, arwl saved into the 
Textures directory on the DPaintS 
disk, and then loaded back in and 
used ais a texture. If you have any 
other IFF tjrush files, try loading those 
in for some interesting effects. 

MOUSE TRACK 

When using large brushes, a lot ot 
colours or high resolution screens, 
most paint programs find it hard to 
match Itie on-screen pen move- 
ments to the mouse movements, 
where turves are often reduced to 
siraigtit lines. 

DPaint 5 has a neat option to 
avoid this. It's called Mouse Track. 
When this is turned on, it makes 
reading ttie mouse position: a prior- 
ity, and puts the actual drawing on a 
back-burner. This re&ulis in a 
slightly delayed screen update, bul 
a more accurate representation ot 
the mouse movements. You can 
turn Mouse Tracking on and off by 
selecting Mouse Track from ihe 
Prefs menu. 

CAMERA MOVI 

The Move requester has long been 
one of DPaint 5 most powerful 




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cart b« ecMBvsd wlitll DPglnl S. 

The Camera Move function uses 
the screen from the spare page- 
Draw a background on your main 
page, and then select Spare -> Copy 
to Spare from the Pic rrenu (or press 
CRTL-J), This copies the screen over 
to Ihe spare page. Now you need to 
set up $ome animation frames. 
Select Frames -> Set # from Hie 
Anim menu. Enter 25 in the box, 
or a smaller number il you're low 
on memory. 

Select Camera Move from the 
Anim menu [or press Shift N). The 
three boxes at the lop are tfie main 
controls. These set the amount of 
movement in the X, V and Z axes. 

For example, it you wanted the 
background to move 1 00 pixels lo 
the left, you would enter 100 in the X 



you want the animation to get up to 
speed over the first few frames, enter 
the number of frames you want to 

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Into its original position. To do this, 
click llie ->0 button on the Camera 
Move requester. Before you commit 
yourself to rendering the animation. 
you can try and get an idea ot what M 
will look like with the Preview buOon. 
When you're happy with it, click on 
New. You can fihen use the anima- 
tion controls to play badt the results 
(see the Hap on the cover of this 
magazirt^ for animation and 
other hotkeys). 

NEW AIRBRUSH 

You now gel a new type ol airt>rush 
to play with. Click the airbrush icon 

with the right mouse button to bring 
up the options. Click the Standard. 
button to select the new airbrush 
mode. You can alter the size of the 
spray, and the rate of the paini flow 
with ths sliders. Click OK to get back 
to ttie page. You'll find ihai you need 
to move the mous« a lot slower when 
u$in9 this airbrush, as a lot of 
antialiasing needs to be calculated, 
which lakes time. 

TRANSLUCENCY 

This lets you paint wiih a translucent 
brush. The colour, or colours of your 
brushy are mixed witti those of the 
image beneath. You can set the level 

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animation facilities, but it can only 
deal with brushes. The addition of 
the new Camera Move requester 
allows you to perform similar func- 
tions on the itMickground, such as 
honzontal and vertical scrolling, ar^d 
you can also 20om in and out, 



One ftP Deluxe Paint 5"* mosl pcwertul i»ew 
futures ior Bnimitsrs Is Ihe Camara Mpve 
rec|tiE9lef . w<h*eh $IIDW9 tar BcrDllIng: luck- 
Clropa Bfid cantra pen effod*. 

box. it you wanted it to move right, 
you would enter -100. Simultaneous 

X, Y and Z moves are possible. If 



Yau nted id be a cort^tntisi amai to gii nHi- 

\tt\l ntsutlH from Dtivue Pmn( 5. S«t up « lew 
t^Kjiir gfBduatlon*, add soma Bymm*!'!/, and 
ImagieB liks ffits* f'B no swbbI ta liin«lc up. 

use as the "ease in" period into the 
Slow in box. Likewise, if you want it 
to slow down towards the end, enter 
a few frames in the Slow Out box. 
Try entering five in bolh of these 
boxes. If you want the background lo 
wrap around, make sure the Wrap 
button is licked. 

Instead of moving the background 
from its original position, to the new 
position irxllcated by the X, Y and Z 
values, you can have the background 
move in from the X, Y and Z values, 



of translucency by selecting 
Transtucency -> Settings from the Eff 
menu {or by pressing CTRL t). 



ItlAT'S ALL FOLKS! 

Unforlunaleiy that's all we have 
room for here. Deluxe Painl is 
sucfi a Iriendiy program thai you 
Should be able to iigure out ihe 
rest for yourself, For a guide to 
some of the main keyboard short- 
cuts, see the flap on the cover ol 
Ihis incredible issue of CU AMIGA. 



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(TREO) is not only very u$eful, 
but £taek$ of fun too, It turns 
your Amiga into a versatile effects 
box, capabie of processing any 
sound via a sampler cartridge. For 
exampie, you could plug a micro- 
plione into your sampJeit, tum on the 
eciio effeci, and be inslantty Irans- 
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Then again, you could put a drum 
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aior? There are 1 9 effects to choose 
from, many of which can be 
adjusted to surt your requirements. 

¥nflAT YOU'LL NEED 

1. Virtually any fl-bit sound sampier 
cartridge, such as Megalosound, 
Masisfsound, Technosound Turbo, 
or Audb Master. 

2. A sound source, such as a CO 
pia^, tap« deck, record piayer or 
musical inslfumenl 

3 A connecting lead from the 
output of your sound source to 
flte input of your sampler. If 
you're usir*g your voice as a 
tdund source, you'll need a 
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sampler and 
sound source, 

you should check 
that the sound is 
coming tlirough 
loud ard ciear. 
Click the monitor 
Button from the 
hottom panel. 
Maka some noise 
ffom your sound 
source, and 
adjust the volume 
so that the wave 
just touches the 
top and bottom of 
I he oscilloscope. 
If you get no 

sour>d corning 

through, and 
there's no wave in the oscilloscope, 
check your connections. 

Press ihe left mouse button to get 
back to ttie main screen. Now select 
any of the effects from the main 
panel, and play your sound source. 
You stiouid hear the sourca sound 
comir>g through, proc&ssed by the 
effect you chose. Click the lelt button 
to exit the effect, and try another. 
Some effects aiie betler suited to cer- 
tain sounds than others, Effects such 
as flange and phaser are most 
noticeable on the high frequencies of 
sounds, so it's best to turn the inter- 
nal filler off when using Ifiese [click 
the LED Filter button). The echoes 
can generate a bit of hiss, so it's best 
to keep the fillteron lor these. 

The variable effects give the pro- 
qran] even more (leKibility. Use the 
sliders to alter the parameters. 
^hoes often make drum beats 
sound Jumbled and out of time, but 
with the variable echo, you should be 
able to get it repealing in time with 
the tempo of your song, 

TREG uses all four of the Amiga's 
sound channels, so you can't run it 
sFmuitaneousiy with OctaMED or 
Protf acker on the same computer. 
However, if you can get hold of a 
second Amiga, you play your mod- 
ules on one, and pass one or both of 
the sound channels through TREG 
running on the second Amiga. ^ 



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USING RDS 

F us 1 . 1 can un ly h e used Iram CLI at SH ELL . Flelef to Ih e ehsItl cti ons on page 1 5 to install it 

on sroiirhard drive or WnrlcliEiiEli disk. llwor*s best with npr-AGA low resnlutiioi pielures, 
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1. Boot IrQili iTBLr copy ol Woflllienth pr your hanl dfive. 

2. Open a SWELL window. 

3- Typr RDS pstnandfiienairie 

4, The paths mlfKename above should be replaced liy Ihe path 3:nii filename utvour image. 
So ilyOL saved 3 pieliirefile called pit inle (he maindireclory on a copy olWgrlihench, 
you'd replace il with dIOipic. 

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EPS, Pagesetter, Pagestream. IMG. 
Corel Draw and coloured brushes hw 
DPaint Ail ready it* use and easily 
accessible in subject directories. 



A coisiplete CD dedicatixi lo fonts for 
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Once again we've managed to surpass ourselves in our 
games coverdisks. If you loved Zelda then you'll adore our 
coverdlsk demo of Dragonstone. p 



IHE COHTROI. PANEL 

Pressing lhe space bar brings up this menu scr&en, which lels control all Ihe 
other things your character i& capable ol apart from fighting. This is where 
ihe adventure eiement of th© game comes into piay, 

Your Current Location 

This window wiii always show ycu 
Your Inventory "^^^'^ ¥°"_,3r« Standing, It can be 

This row of tMiKSS shows yOU aii highlighted when you are m 

the items you are carrying. Just i e><annine mods (o give a descn^ 

move the highlight to select the tive account of your surround^gs. 

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If there is one question that Amiga 
gamefs have asked time and time 
again, it's 'When is ZeWa coming 
to the Amiga?' This mightily popular, 
lop-down view adventure has been 
regarded as a classic ori its native 
Nintendo fonmats since conception, 
and rt has always seemed strange 
that a similar game has never been 
released for the Amiga. 

Well, now il has. because Core 
Design '$. Dragrons/Ort* (originally 
titled Dafk Stons and billed as the 
sequel to Darhin^re} oould be 
described as Zelda meets The 
Chaos. Engine. It's the tale of a single 
young man, who has a tnighty quest 
to free his 'homeiand and deSlroy a 
dragon. Obviously this tale is padded 
out with stories of wise old crones 
and mystical visions in the middle of 
the night- 

FLIPPIN' HUGE 

Out demo is the whole o( the fi/st 
level of the game, and that's huge as 
you'll soon find Out. We won't tell you 
what you actually have 1o do, as your 
aim changes throughout the level. 



\Nha\ we will do. however, is take 
you through the first pan of the level 
to give you some idea of how the 
ganne plays. From where you start, 
stab the fire button a couple of times 
to swing your sword. Now hold down 
the fire button and watch the red bar 
on the right of the screen to see the 
sword power up, 'When it reaches the 
top of Ihe bar and starts flashing, 
release the fire button to see a fire- 
ball fly from the end of your scimitar. 
Now press the space bar to enter the 
Control Panel (see panel on right). 
and then return to the main game 
when you've experimented enough. 
Now you know all the controls lor 
the game, you can start to solve your 
first pu22le. Frorri! your starling posii- 
tion, head right until you can go up, 
and then go left and up as soon as 
possible. In no time at all you should 
reach a house. Walk through the 
door and talk to the old woman stir- 
ring the pot- She'll tell you that she 
needs a herb, which can be found 
near water. Leave the house and 
head for the river to the right. 

VEGEWnON CHAOS 

Now walk along the bank of the river 
killing the plants that opert up and fire 




Uee Mode 

Selecting this will 
prompt you to select an 
item to use. Pushing up 
will selecl the Current 
Location window, and 
pulling down will move 
the pointer lo the inven- 
tory. Select what you 
want to u$e, and a 
message will come up 
lo tell you exactly what 
has happened as a 
result of your choice. 



Examine Mode 

Sometimes words aren't enough, or 
so someone Sung. In this game, it's 

Ihe other way around. If you are 

Sick of lookiog at a graphic of an 
object and would like to know more, 
then select this, and the item you 
want to look ai. 



Exit 

Click on this to return 
to the main game. 



Talk Mode 

Click on this when you 
are standing near a per- 
son and you'll have a 
conversation with them. 



at you. One wilS drop a leaf, which is 
the herb you need. Walkover it to 

pick it up, and head back to the 
house. Once there, stand rtejclto the 
ofcl woman and talk lo her. She'll 
take the herti and give you a bottie of 
potion and a scroll In return. Now all 



you need to do is work out what to do 

with the scroll. Hint: Examine the 
Standing ston^es to the bottom left of 
the map- 

Now you're on your way I Enjoy, 
and watch out for a full review 
next issue, '5J* 

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want tn program r^al 
applicatlori>; and utilitUni on their 
dtHiiputer - a pnjfessionilr BASIC 
Interactive compiler with iin 
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The HiSoft BASIC ^ package runs on Eilt Aflligjis 
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MegalaBound li the new 8-bit, stereo, 
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ev'erythlng is theni' from the correct 
effect of the taileftMts, elevators and 
nidder thiuugh complete 
navigatiunAl aids with auto-pilot up 
tu sophisticated weaponry such as 
Sidewinder missiles and fly-to^line 
bombs. The accuracy of flight is 
top-notch, try this test with VOUI 
other favourite simulator - turn the 
aircraft on its wing tips; most will 
continue to fly straight and level - 
the ProFlight Tornado will lose 
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EXPANDING DELUXE PAINT 5 
WRfTE PROTECT YOUR DtSKI 

You iTiu$t have 2Mb of RAM and 
Workbench 2.04 to use this demo of 
DPaint 5, Also, it has been com- 
pres&ed in order lo fil it onto the disk, 
so before you can use it, it must be 
expanded onlo another disl^. Get 
yourself a spare write enabled floppy, 
and lollow ihese iristruclion$. 

I . Insert disk 92 and reset the Amiga. 
2 Double click on ihe CU# 9'2 icon. 
3- Double click on the DPaint 5 Icon. 

4. Swop disk 92 tor the spare floppy 
when prampted, and press Return. 

5. Ignore bootblockcommentSi. 

6. Follow any further ort-screen 
prompts tor disk swOps. 

7. When all disk activity has (inish&d, 
boot from your hard drive or 
Workbench, 

e. Once Wofkbench has loaded, ins&rt 
your newly expanded DPaint 5<S\sk. 
3. Double click the DPa/nf disk icon. 
10, Double click the DPaJnJ pregrarn 
icon, 

I I . Select your required screen 
mode by clicking once on either PAL; 
low res or NTSC Low res. 

1 2. Set Itie number of colours with 
the slider in ihe txjtto/l left corner. 

13. Click the Use by«on. to start 
the prograrn. / 



DISK VIRUSES 

We try Id ensure that ah our 
couerdisks are completely free or 
viruses We alwavs liave the mosl 
advanced vims checkers svaiiabie 
whfir the disk is ccmpiled and every 
program goestfiroughi rig^oro us test- 
ing on all relevant Amigas, 
However we tannot accept any 
responsibility for possible damage 
incurred by viruses or taulty disks 
v^blcb itsvs escaped our atlention. 



INSTALLING RDS 1.1 
The RDS and UNFIDS files must be 
in your current C directory. To func- 
tion, RDS needs the file 

IFF.LIBRARY to be in the system's 
LIBS directory. Here are two esam- 
ple installalions, the first for sy&ierrs 
with a hard drive, the second lor 
floppy-only systems vifith no 
exira drives. 

HARD DRIVE SYSTEMS 

A. Tf>e easy way. 

It you ha^e a hard drive, it's not diffi- 
cult- You need lo copy three files 
Irom disk 9£ over to the boot partition 
of your hard drive, Ttiere are two files 
trom the C directory of disk 92 (f^DS 
and UNRDS), and one from the L^BS 
directory of disk 92 (IFF.LIBRARY). 
Boot from your hard drive, insert disk 
92 into Itie internal drive, open a 
SHELL window, and enter the follow- 
ing five lines (replacing HDO; wilii the 
name gf your tiard drive's bcoi parti- 
tion if it is not HDO:) 
cddfOlibs 

copy ift.iibrary hdO:libs 
cddfO:c 
copy rds hdO;c 
copy unrds hdO:c 

FLOPPY SYSTEMS 

B. The not so easy way, 
(Only do this witfi your copy of 
Worki>ench disk, not the original), 
We"ll assume you ha^e no hard 
drive and just one (loppy drive for 
this case. We're going to make a 
copy of your Workbench disk, delete 
some files to make room tor RDS, 
ar>d install RDS onto the copy 

of Worktiench, 

1. Boot your 'Workbench disk, 

2. Click the Workbench disK icor\ and 
select Duplicate or Copy from the 
menus, (depending on your versiog 
of Worktsench). 



3. Follow the 
on-screen 
prompts, 
inserting a 
write-enabled 
blank disk 
when 
requested. 

4. Double 
click the 
Copy of 
Workbench 
icon, then 
singlie-click 
trie Utilities 
drawer. 

5. Select 
Discard or 
Delete from 

the menus, and click OK. 

6, Click the disk reamed "Copy of 
Workbertch', and select Rename 
from the menus. Rename Ihe disk to 
Worklaench, 

7. Reset and boot from your copy 
of Woftttiench. 

S. Open a SHELL window. 

9. Enter the following: 
resident cxopy 
resident c:dir 

10. Replace the copy of the 
WorKtiench disk with disk S2. 

11. Type; 
Cd dfO:c 
copy rds ram: 

copy unrids ram; ' 

cd dfOi:libiS 

copy ift.iibrary ram: 

od ram; 

12. Replace the copy ot Wori^bench 
in the drive. 



13. Type: 

copy iff. library dfO;iibs 
copy rds dtCi:c 
copy unrdsdfO:c 

14. RDS is now installed on your 
H^y ot Wofltbench- 

REALTIME EFFECTS GENERA- 
TOR AND CHOON OF THE MONT 

Double click the TREG Vt.5 icon 
run The Realtime Effects General 

DouWe click the Choon of the 
icon to hear this monttn's head/bang 
irvg. heart stopping track as c;;tiosen by 
our resident mix master Tqfiy Horgan. 



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DragO!^$Sone - thepng'mal sequel to 
Osrkmere is almost ready to be 
released to the masses, and it's 
going to be absolutely huge. 

We have gone out ot our way to 
get hold of a full leyel of Ihe ganw for 
you to sit down and el'lian^^Yes, hours 
of fun are contained ORthteswnth's 
gam^es coverdisk. sorea&'Oii tfrpQugh 
these brief instruc|kins to seelww'" 
gel the most out £H your disK,/ 
^1 ) Switdi off yOur machine for at 
''ife^f if teen seconds, to ensure itiat 
die nf>errior/is completely dear of 
any viruses tfiaimjght be present. 
2} Irisert lhe^ii^'']TT.!he drive and 
switch Ihe macmti^n. Now just set 
and wait for the title soteen of the 
game to appear. Press fih>4o start 
the game. 

3) There's now a short delay 
the levet dale is loaded. After that 
you're on your own! '3' 




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IF YOUR DISK WON'T LOAD 

If yaur cDverdiskdoesin't seem to workai itsliDUld, tlieii I'oIIdw Ihl^ simiile guiil?- FIrsllt 
remove ?\\ unnecessary pe rip Iters I ^, such 3S i^rinlers, modtms etc. Followthe Inslruclinis 
on tfiese page^tothe leller. anil il, 3ll«r Ihal, vdu hnd thai thf disk ^ti II doesn't worlc, i;all 
Ihe DlsWpress lielplinE oi: Q451 BID 788 helweEnthe hours of 10am and 5pnt Irom 
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II ihey advise you that the disk is laully, fill in your details In m furin helDW, and 
ssnd ihlsform, along with tfie disk and a SBfi stamped $e If/addressed envelope lothefol- 
iDwing address: 

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CU AMIGA NEWS 




AMIGA-THE NEW ERA 



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T ommodlore UK are now more confident than ever that ; 
their bid for what remains ol the inlernatiofial divisions ' 

I will be accepted by ihe liquidators and approved by the- 
Bahamar^ courts. This will give then lull rights tQ all existing 
(past aripd presertl) lechncslogy, trademarks and copynghla ■ 
associated with Commodore and the Afniga plus any R&D \ 
and future developmenl. - ,., ^.^ 

II would also release some of the current stock ol Al 200s ii-^ 
amd CD32S held worldwide for sale although, we understand, 
not all. However it would mean that the Amiga would go into 
produclion agatri, almost immediately, with the new company 
concentrating on A1200s and CD32s for Itie UK and some J 
European markets and the A4000 mlernationally. Sever^S 1 
lirnis have already approached Commodore UK to produce 
the machirve for them once the go-ahead is given. ICL, who 
currently hold the Amiga maintenance contract, may t>B 
among those being considered lor the job and it is almost 
certai^n that assembly will take place in Britair^ rather than the . , 
Far East. 

Allhough not finalised yet. it has been said that if the man- 
agement buyout is successful then the name Commodore will co3&: a iww «raion in ihe new year? 
bo dropped and the new company will take its moniker . , ^ .^ ,^, ■ , ,^„„„* i„»=. 
dritlyTom if. core product - the Amiga, "Amiga is a very strong brand .„" sa:d David Pleasance ,n a recent inter- 
view with CU Amiga, "...we are Hkely to drop Ihe Comnmdore brgnd name and concentrate on it . The new 
company will be r'-named along the lines of 'Amiga International', though full details of the name change wtll not be 
released until the management buyoui has been successlul. 

11 is unlikely however, that the name Commodore will be compteleiy dropped. |usl sidelined. Oavid Pleasance 
told us- ' it ECommodore] will still femain a trademark but wilt be used for other purposes , A new cornpany l.v- 
ery- fie logo, colour*, syrrvbols and so on ) is being designed and the whole look of the Amiga name will change 

'^ThVbtdS is that because new stocks ol Amiga will have to be manufactured there is likely to be a shortage 
,n the run up to Christmas. How.ver. anyone who wants ar, Amiga A120D or A4000 or a CD3^ w.ll be ^ble to gel 
one ii they can hold out tor a few extra months. This seems rejasonabte as it s still the only machine capable of deliv- 
erinq this sod of 32-bil performance at the price. David Pleasance has also promised value packed boxed 
*,»a After re.r5^n...M=n ,f«^..««ii.f«m .^ bac.b*.. m.chines, with 3 brand now range o software and. poss-bly. 
of Amtoa-5 UK jaiU. additional RAM, speed and internal storage. 

— If you are looking lor an Amiga this Christmas ttien place an 

order with your local specialist computer slorp. If Ihe manage- 
ment buyout succeeds (hen stocks will hit smaller retailer$ 
before the major chains . irvdependents are champions o( our 
cause? - so they wi It get ou r support" said David Pleasance dur- 
ing «he ECTS trade show in Islington. London. 

Whatever happens, the current team in Maidenhead is iully 
behind tfie Amiga and are "not prepared to let it disappear". In 
tad Colin Proudfoot. current joint managing director, claimed 
that business projections, based on the buyout, will have 
- Commodore back in profit during 1 995. This will be achieved 
by concentrating on their core products and vastly reduced 
overheads - no Commodore I ntern atio nal sucki ng the prolits 
out ol the UK this time. The oflicial announcement of $uccess 
or failure is eitpected no later than the 1 7th ot September 
(tfiough announcement dales have been made and broken 
before) so watch Ihe national press and be sure to order your 
November issue ol CU Amiga in advance. We will be hot on 
the trail. 







FOR AMIGIT 

ITS official. If the management buyout 
succeeds then the AAA chipset will 
be dropped. Commodore UK h^ve 
said that the time spent developing 
the new AAA would be better spent 
updating the processor to a RISC 
based chip, Thi-s could be ready in 
12-18 months arkd is expected to be 
between 25 and 30 times faster than 
the current A4Ci&0'S 63040. f^ore 
Itews as we have it. 

SHOW TIME 

9-1 1 December 19M, Wemtjley 
Stadium, The time and the 
place to meet the new owners 
of Amiga. Hopefully, Despite contin- 
ued uncertainty about the future of 
the Amiga plans are going ahead for 
a consumer show to rival the years' 
best, with top software houses and 
peripherals manufacturers, distribu- 
tors and magazines all in 
attendance. Called The World of 
Amiga Show it will be a fitting cele- 
bration if the UK eompany does 
indeed get the international rights to 
the machine. Admirttance will bi by 
ticket, either in advance or at the 
door and it you're ihinking about 
getting an Amiga or anything related 
to it this Christmas then put these 
dates in your diary. We'll be there, 
and hopefully so will you. For more 
information call Comnnodore on 
0628 7700Se. 

SIMPLY FANTASTIC 

S'm City 2000 is finally about to tie 
released- However, you will need 
an expanded Al 2D0 to run the 
game. "We could have produced it on 
an unexpanded Ai 200, but the game 
wouldn't have been nearly as detailed 
and much slower", a Maxis represen- 
tative told CU AMIGA. 

For those with lower spec 
machines Maxis are releasing a Sim 
C/asSiCS compilalion featuring Sim 
Ufe, Sffn City Classic and Sim Ant for 
E:34.99. for more information on Sim 
Classics call WlaxiS on 071 490 2333. 



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A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN 

As you react this, 
the final 
touches are 
being put together for 
On The Ball -The 
League Edition. Like 
ihe W<trl(J Cup edition 
reviewed a couple of 
issues ago, the 
League Edition is an 
Engii&h translation of 
ttie Germafi smash 
AnstOBS. The reason 
this one has taken so 
long 10 coiTie across 
is the simple fact that the German and UK soecef league* are very differ- 
ent, and a lot more changes than simple language changes needed to ibe 
mad©- On The Bsif - Ths League Edition should be in the shops by the 
beginning of Ociober. For more iflformaiion, call Daze Marketing on 
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► 1 Kick Off 3 , 
-* ^ 2 Sensible Soccer Internatiofj 
.,3WorldCup^Year94 .•.•*''; 
^ Vfieneath A Steel Sky 
-^ 5 Arcade Ppo 
^ ,. ^^.e Skidmark! 

7 Man United Champion; 
« 8 Elfmania ^ 

9 Frontier - Elite 2 
-^ 10 Body Blows 



One of the potential buyers of Commodore, Samsung, have unveiled 
a new del matris printer. The Samsung P2417 is a colour dot 
matrix pririterwith a price of E16S, and is compatibie Epson LQ afKJ 
IBM ProPrinters. 

Other specifioaiions include a reasonable 160 characters per second in 
draft, 53 cps in letter quality, buill-in power on test, and seven fonts (draft, 
elite, gothic, script, courier, sar^s serif and roman), Samsung cart be 
reached on 081-309 0168, 



READER OFFERS 

CU AMiGA have updated their 
offers pages and are giving 
you, Ihe readers, the chance 
1o get your hands on some of the 
best Amiga products around at cut 
down prices. 

For example, for just E49.95, if 
you order through CU AMIGA you 
can receive a floppy drive which 
features anti-clicit, anti-virus, 
enable and disable switch and a 
two-year warranty as star>dard. 

This new look offers page fea- 
tures many other products as well, 
ineludiog disis drives and ram 
upgrades, aJI of which have been 
sutmitted to ihorough examination 
by out tschnical wizards [sorry) at 
CU AMIGA 

For more fnformation aboui 
#>ese offers lom to page 1 36 or 
contact Wizard Oevelopments on 
0322 372S08. 




NEW MAGAZINE IS LIVE! 

From September 2Q to the £5th the biggest eieciiDnic consumer eveni of the year, LIVE "94, will be taking place at 
Earls Court- For computers, especially the Amiga, video games, surround sour>d systems, synthesisers, AV amps, 
camcorders, TVs and more LiVE '94 is the piace to be. 
CU AMIGA, aJongside our sister magaizines Nintendo Magazine S/sSem and Sega Magssne will be there In force, 
ready fO answer your questions and waving the flag for the Amiga. 

On the subjecl of HiFi, EMAP Images, the company behind CU AMIGA, is launching a new consumer electronjcs 
buyers guide magazine. What Home Entertainment? will be on sale Septemtier 2[}th. priced al £2.25. 

"Audio, video and computer technology is becoming more exciting and more integrated. What Home Entertainment? 
wili combine all of ihese leisure interests into a fascinating, all-encompassing, jargon free magazine," said project 
founder arid' Publishing Director Graham Taylor. 



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Qute sinH|||UMM«eibo8 unaiiogemeni gome foi vour (ompLi-6i. 
We ImmI^^Hms of satisfied (uslonwi; during m 4 years o( 
toSng. Over 1 0,000 man houn (during i )jim) iws beai dedicolud lo 
Ae pfodiKliofi af rtiis {onslaiirly m^mn game. 1! is on* of ri>e mosi 
MfelK and utcurnfc reprcwriiorions «>f a professional fDortwII monosers 
mmiol challenge to inrfirallv out wit and tanquer eveiy opiwnenN 
Huu^ : 1 to 4 Hufimn p\f!^\i. Wngs, Perfwrnanre slitiiistics, ad 
and olets, 3 WicuitlY lewis, Waiwger of tti« month ord seosan 
owijrd«l. Pools, Pitt any team in wi^ diviwfl In begii wff*. 
Leogue S Cup : Prafliar 22 Team, OiviiiDi 1,2 £ 3 hove 24 teams, 
PMffi, TflWflS. 7 Cup competiltions wilfi prMi« tub (2 legs, extra 
ime, Dwoy |d ™te, seakiJ draws, lufOpean Ci^j) tables, 5 subs, 
namkiriestH pkiya tesFridwns eicj, Fiwbt route ti» gtofy. 
! Gmnes : Vearly fixture/previous lis!, WeA fixlurH/r«5ults, Rea^ ffom 
inwoifi nmwq wt opponert [goes back up to 6 seffions). 



Ptoyers : Heel life statctKs fsReftwg itie stwt ol 93/94 mm *irti 
i«cil posifioni, height, age. Ine nansfei lanrket, Conlrrxf ^ vrtige 
negotiatians. Preferred !oo! (left/righr/tiolh}, Loons, Injuriei, Irffliing. 
Special tokflts, frciinees, Ganlkeepers («onrate skill categoric), 
Offendeii, WidfieldEfs, AltackefS & Itility, Retirements, Fweign 
iMWsfers, Unhappy pkyeit, Tflft 1 fiot shots. 
Team : Troimirig, Todks (1 & rliffeiEnt stylas), Aggression, Formatian 
allows spetific pbyer fieW settings (Lfit winger, Sweeper ett.l. 
(ilk : SJionsor'^p, Ground impro^ments. View opponent, Finance 
The Wotth : fteol tme scfireboord feporfing gwb S- 'Ofims '/eftjw/red 
aiids, Sound eliecfs, Intei^eitMMB permitted al Any hiw to 
dionge tetks, forniwtiHis and moke i\k^. PhysiccI gmphicul jHnalty 
pffl1i(i|Miicin [optional). Dwi 80 different referees. 
Ofher : Fast koad/sme, Piiitter 8«ess. 2(1 Options lo set wiicws 
game prefereiKW, liwtujction book, tnsy la ploy, fehnicol support. 
Plus ;. I3ver ICO olihej meticulous refinenwrts impossiHie to list heffl, 
Eto. Allows you to amend t\iwim items in saved gomes, ?12 [ulro 
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that fl real nmroger bos to contend witti and it's a tatnlly i3iifi(|iie 
prodwtkui tfial nfifonB with on iinterest m Cndkflt shouM ejipeiience. 
A sumnmy of the moin feciures is shown b^low:- 

• AXA EQUITY & lAW 1 B league county teams, 50 ovep par game. 

• 4 Cup (ompetifions iiKlding Benson S Hedges, Ntil Wesi- 

• 20 different match umpires with inairate mines oitd strictness. 

• Atcurare player details Surname, height ood age. 

• 27 differen! player attributes, tet skills have a dirett impwt on tbe 
effectiveness of each individuals actions during a simuloted motch. 

• Eosy pte'^er election. All gome teict is clflady pfesented. 

• Batting ai'HJ' lowling aveinges. Top trolling and iwwling tables. 

• 3 Dfffereirt training inlensihes to boost twning, bowling or lielding, 

• Weather, pitch and light iyllen moSie an impntt on ground condiHon. 




• Full Mtch highlights let you 
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full graphics ojid/or lealisHc 
sampled sound effects for 
agnilwmt erent! (Fows, Umpire 
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pamitled ot any lime to cbpge hatting tactics or fieWng plocings. 

• 3 Bfltfinig/IWing {tassifcnlions (Nornwi, Attack and Defend). 

• Choice of 1 S different fietd placings. 

• Full scofocard results wifi best botlirg ond biMfir^g figures. 

• Other stoff (Physio, Grojndkfiepef, Sdwt) can be hiied and firad , 

• Annual leogue fixfuiies listing. Current weeit, and lost kgue res^ilts. 

• ftsw current cup coimpeiliian draws and historic fflcords, 

• teal time trflflsler market. Ployer oMitracf md wage negotiations. 

• SpMSOfS, Printef access. Financed, Poor f Oijnd fines. Manager roring, 

• 1 S Options to alter gome prelerencw, bad/Sme fiirie. 

• Instnxtion book with plenty of examples 

• Plus many more fine derqils tfint we ar6 jnoble to list Iwe 



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This game has been designed (o be os clow to reol racing as possible. 
Fige years of development hy o <levei racing expert has led ta the 
sKond revision of tte Flot Horse RDcing Sintulolion. 
Up ro 4 ployeis can participate (is Owner Traineis with the puimary 
objective of kcoming 1f»e top rated Irnirtef, in respect of juiie iKHiay 
won, Qf the end of each racing setsoii (Worch to Navember). There 
ore up 1a 35 ottiar intelligently controlled ra«npufei trainers to compete 
ogoinsl oftd compere your persond porfDnnance, 
To wiiieve this aim you must dwovef a potential chamjwn and trein 
tftem so ttwt they become copoble af coasting well and winning any 
of ttie 4? bi^ prize maney races (tadicop ar»d Group), eg, fire DeAy 
Tq gi™ you en idea of ie tools provided in this gonte to ossEt you 
reflchinci your objective we hove listen! the maift features briow:- 

• 250 horses eoch wiifi over 60 independent voiwbtes. 

• 26 diflerewf loce (otirses (2 all w«alher), real life cbnacteiistifs 
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• Very infomwtwe report bj NeQil stoble Iai3, lipstCfS. Bookmakers, 

• Raceoards simitor to racing p^ess, f.si life, tfendicaps I Race Types. 

• ViiusBs, Injuries I Vets. LDod,,/SavB gan>e, Many other items included, 
Veision 1 is flvoilable upon remuflsl (Simpte training ^betlwig)® £15. 




Opcr H::t::''.i! ':p;:i':''c'npctitioi 
V Raceaill, regulated by ttte Tote, this program ffihieved 
joint second, This led to a setiiHis opprwch from o well 
notional book maker Rejected in favour of supporfinj the public. 
Winnings StntislTcs : 104 wins out of 1 6i as frem 2/6 tn 1/9/93, 
Formiic : This prDgiem tells you efflctly whot to do. Kou ate HOT 
pemrttaij to fltnend m system unlike sO' many other similor programs. 
How confiiiefit can you be in something tlwt invites omendmeni^l 
Fleseach 'i Jevelopraan" : Tkee years hill time race analysis and 
aipeiimentfltjon to lehne ond test the prdiction system. 
Irsde Knowledge : Plenty of mfw hints horn contotts in the krRw. 
User Friendly : No racing knm*ledge requflred, easy to use, tutorin! took 
^^siicteii Sole ; : As soon as e«i progroms predictions hove a prolific 
impact on the Nning odds we will stop accepting new buyas. 
.Monthly Updotes : Highly racomntended option. If eny update foils to 
break even we'll seiiid the neiit one hee of charge, From £25. 
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mig.a games are &0 popular worldwide because they combine good 
graphics, involving gameplay and sup&rb sound for very reasonable 
prices. So, now. just when you thoughi things couldn't possibly gel 
tjettef they have. Playing your Amiga is about to become a veritable least 
tor the senses as several soflware houses are now known to be looking at 
ways to include surround sound In their games. This means that if your 
Amiga is wired up to a stereo with surround sound speakers you'll nol only 
gel stunning sound effects from the lelt and right spe-^l<ier£, but also added 
sound eHecIs Irom the centre and rear speakers.. You will, for instance, be 
able 10 hear your enemies creeping up on you in any direct ion even before 
they appear on screen. 

Surround sound audio is set to combine with stunning 3D rendered 
graphics to keep Amiga games at the torelronl ol games technology over 
the coming months, We will hopefully bring you a full report on just who is 
do-nc] what with surround sound and 3D graphics in b comir»g issue. 



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CREMLIN ARE REBORN 

CU AMIGA are sad to report ths 
passing ol an industry legend. 
Gremlin Graphics, the company 
that brought you everything from 
Monty Mote and Gary Lineker to 
Loius and Util Divit has ceased to 
be, It is an 9K-soflware house. But 
oh no!, you cry. Whatever will we do 
now? Don't worrv little ones, as il 
has merely changed its name and 
imaige to Gremlin Interactive, To 
reflect the company's confidence, 
the rainbow logo is aboui lo be 
replace^. Said Gremlin's MD Ian 
Stewart: "CM course they'll be some 
sadness to see the old style go hut 
we do need to reflect the tremen- 
dous change in the company as well 
as position ourselves correctly for 
the new jnteractive entertainment 
industry. Gremlin never was a graphics company, and there has^e been 
fimea when this has been rather confusing. As for the logo, we'll miss it, 
but it was beginning to be a bit like wearing flares and platform shoes in a 

room full of Doc Martens." 




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SOFTLOGIK TYPE SMITH 

SoflLogik, publishers of PageStfe^m, have released version 2,5 of 
TypeSmith. their tont editor. The new version has several enhance- 
ments, including the abilily lo load and save TrueType fonts. TrueType 
is the format for fonts found on Apple Mac and Windows (on PCs) so there 
are lots of fonts avallatife. 

The program can save Ihe fonts out in a file fonnat compatible with nor- 
mal Amiga applioations, has a comprehensive AR0xx library - allowing It to 
be controlled from other programs, and a comprehensive selection of font 
editing tools. SoftLogik 



are also nearing oomple- 
tion o( the much awaited 
PageStream 3. This fol- 
low up to the best selling 
Amiga DTP program, 
PsgeStresfri: is now 
awaiting final printing of 
the manual. The program 
compfete with text editor, 
masses of fonts and dt- 
part and a picture editor 
should be availal^le by 
the time you read this. 

For a sample of 
what's planned for the 
new version read our 
e.xctusive preview in the 
June issue of CU 
AMIGA. For further details 
contact Emerald Creative 
on 061 -71 5 6866. 



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~ And you can store things secretty with 
the secret password function. We've also 
squeezed in a calculator, calendar 
and clock/alarm. With this 
many fun features you'll 
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'm sure you're all keen to know 
what's happening with )he 
_ progress of our attempts to buy 
Commodore and secure &n $Kci(- 
' ing future (oir the Amiga. I'd like to 
be able to tell you (he deal is all 
signed and sealed, but unfortu 
nately we' re not quite ihere. It's 
getting tantalising |y close, and I'm 
pretly confident that by the time I 
■ sit down to wriBe thi$ column next 
month I'll be aible to bring you the 
, good news. 

What ! can tell you is how 
' incredible the suppori has been 

- for our bid. I've had letters and 

faxes from all over the world offering help afid support - and even money 
m some cases! It's really hearlening lo be on the reoeivrog end of such a 
lol of goodwilli and it makes me reaHse once again whai an amazing phe- 
nomenon (he Amiga is. I can't think of many products that would generate 
such a level of feeling in similar cifcumstances. We've beer\ in the fortU' 
nate situation o1 having a nuimber of diftereni financiers interesied in 
supporting our tiid and the partners we've chosen are exceptional. More 
abou! that in the nest issue! 

While we wait with bailed breath, devefopment of new product goes on. 
I've recently returned from a visit to the Slates where I visiled the Amiga 
engineering headquarters in Norristown. I've been involved with the Amiga 
since the very beginning, m fact I celebrated 1 1 years with Commodore last 
weel(., so I'm difficult to impress. But the ideas and developments coming 
downstream in the next 6-12 months are somelhirjg special. I guarantee 
you'!! be impressed. Meanwhile the planning of the World of Amiga stiow 
goes on apace. The dales have been fisxed for 9-ii December at Wembley, 
so you'll be atjie to eye an orgy of Amiga goodies just in time for Christmas. 
We think this will be the best Amiga show yet. featuring games arcades, live 
entertainment and exciting new products. 

Although we've only [ust started selling stands at the sJiow, interest is 
high. The exhibitors are as keen as we are to make this show a fantastic 
celebration of 10 years of the Amiga - as well as. its rosy future, We're piar 
ning a dedicated area for all of you who belong to Amiga or Commodore 
user groups. After all your on -going support has been essenlia! to Itie 
machine's continued success and we want to involve you in the show as 
mych as possible. We'il also be running compefitiang both before and at the 
stiow which wHI give you lots of chances to win Amiga prizes. Keep reading 
the magazines over the next couple of months for details. 

While I'm on the $ub)ect of shows, we're afso going to have a major 
presence at Futureworld from 18-30 October at the NEC in Birmingham. 
Futureworld is a part of the ideal Home Eyhibilion and the Motor Show 
which are being run jointly. It will be a showcase for the 'home of tomorrow' 
and we're the only company to have been asked lo exhibit a computer 
games platform, Our stand will be positioned at the bottom of a spectacular 
visitor ride, making us very much the centre of attention, Ttie organisers are 
expected over a million visilois over the 13 days of the show. Let's make 
sure lots of them are Amiga fans! 

AH this talk of shows makes me think of Chrislfnas and I'd like to take 
this opportunity to let you know what we thing our plans will be. Obviously 
we can't make it atl happen until we know whether our bid has been sue- 
cessluf. but we've got all our plans just waitmg to be put into aclioo. Tliere 
f^^vs been some rumours floating around that we won't have any products 
' ""'S stores (or Christmas. I'd like to personally reassure you that as things ; 
. ■■d at the moment, this simply won t be true. There wilt be supplies o* all ' 
oyf machines around, although not quite as many as usual. That's because 
we haven't been manufacturing lor a while and we'll need to catch up on 
lost lime. This wilf or>ly be a temporary situation while we get production 
back up to fulUpeed, 

The software publishers are very enthusiastic about the Amiga's future 
and have been very supportive of our bid. They've reassure me that there 
will t>e plenly of exciting new sottware around for both the Amiga and CD3.2 
and Amtga 1200. Walch (his space' 



PUBUC FANTASIES 

Playtime are gearing up to release what could be one of the most interest- 
ing footbal! games ever. Fantasy Football \qoK off in a big way last year, 
attracting over 3 million people, as weii as producing an extremely popu- 
lar TV series hosted by popular comedians Frank Skinner and David Baddief 
(see pic below). As a result, Playtime have signed up both the stars of BBC 
TV's Fantasy FoattsU League' to endorse their own computer versiort of the 
game. The game itself lets you form leagues of individual player teams. Each 
player then builds their own team from existing Premier league players, and 
then matches are run. The game then draws up a league which is continually 
updated as you play the fixtures. Where SkimerAnd Baddiet's Fantasy 
Foo/taW beats the real thing is in actually providing you with a match result. 

giving you a true points system that 
reflects the football league. 

lit remains to be seen how the 
game will work art practice, but in the- 
ory it's certainly interesting, and quite 
original to boot. We'll have a full 
review soon, but for more informatiorv 
call Playtime on 071 721 7607. 




EVEN MORE LEMMINGS 

Just in case yoJ hadn't had 
enough ol the little blighters to 
last you a lifetime. Psygnosis 
have announced their intention to 
release even more games tia'sed 
upon those suicidal creatures the 
Lemmings - Ait New World Of 
Lemmings - Ths Mini Series, Rather 
than tKe a tradiiional sequel, the 
game will be released in (our parts 
over the course of a year, with each 
episode of the mini-series featuring 
three tribes of Lemmsng$ artd work- 
ing as a stan-d-alone game, however 
collect the set and you get the full 
story of the iLemm*'nisrssun,'iving a 
disastrous shipwreck, 

Uniike previous Lsmmings games, 
in this one you will only start with a handful of ttie littie guys; the rest of the 
tribe needs to be rescued from wherever they are trapped before they can be 
helped, The game also features far larger sprites than before, combat 
stages, moie tools to use and over 1 20 levels plus hidden stagesf More news 
as we have it, but for more information call Psygnosison 051 709 5755, ■ 




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3DCD COMES ALIVE 

Not a name for a new android in Itie new Star Wars movies, but a col- 
lection of three dimensional objects on a CD-ROM disc for your 
favourite computer. The CD-ROM disc, that can be loaded on any 
Amiga wilfi a CD-ROf^/l: drive, contains not just 3D objects, but afso anima- 
tions^ rendered images and brush maps. The 3D objects are saved in 
UghtWavB. Imagine and for PC owners 3D Studio. The disc is produced by 
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Over the next five pages Andy Leaning 

you through everything you need to know 
about Amiga storage devices including how 
they workf which is best, and what the future 
holds in store (sorry) for them. 




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^^^ Hi he great thin^ about getting stor- 

^^k I age devices for the Amiga is 

^^K I tl^at you're not too limited i?y 

^^m budget c«nskdE}ratiDn&. lh&(& are 

^v^ storage products to suil everyone's 

^M wallet, OK maybe the performance 

^M inorea^ss as you sp&nd more, but 

^M your trusty Amiga will get faster 

^1 even i( you spend jusl£49on a 

^H floppy disk drive! And with prices 

H dropi^ing faster than Stoneis and 

H technotagy atlvancing almost daily 

V there's never been a belter rifne to 

r increase your disk storate capacily. 

Increasing program si3te, high 
resolution pictures and ttie iise of 
sampled sound on Amiga SCKwara 
has m&ant that having bags ^ disk 
space is now more important ■ 
ever before. Over the next tew^ 
pages we exa^in^ihe numerou 
Storage options open to you 
reveal the dark secrets of Amiga 
e devices. 



WHAT EXACTIY ARE 
STORAGE DEVICES? 

Fir$t o1 all let's look at why we need 

storags at all. Storage is a crucial 
concern'tor the Amiga. Why? 
Because your Amiga h^s a very 
powarful artd co^mplex operating 
system it stores large parts of it on 
disk and loads them only when 
needed. Hence the need for lots of 
aisks and disk space. 

Loading from disk takes a long 
time though (in com-puter terrris at 
l&ast) and the Amiga has to wait 
.until it has finisiied loading before it 
can do anytfuing else, also the 
rapidly increasing number of Amiga 
programs using high resolution, 
full colour, pictures means ttiat 
unless you want to spand half your 
waking life waiting on your programs 
to load or pictures to render you had 
Detler get your hands on some 
storage 'facilities. 

So whai are your options? Weli, 
eacti Amiga lloppy disk can hold up 
to aSOk ot data, so you can store 
your informaSion on disk. Howev/er, 
ttiis could mean: eternal disk swop- 
ping it you wanted to load up a 
particularly large program. So adding 
an extra disk drive would speed up 
matters considerably and beoauso. 

The Arrhkis CD-ROM drive - only ana aiihne 
PCMCIA peripherals. 



STORAGE FEATURE CU AMIGA 




technically, you can add up to eight 
disk drives this course ol acLian< 
would drastically reduce the amount 
of disk swopping required. 
Remember, disk drives are one of 
the cheapest peripherals available 
for the Amiga, starting from as little 
as £49, 

The next major storage peripheral 
is a hard drive. These are very simt|g: 
lar to floppy drives, dut have the 
advantage of being n/ery much faster, 
with greater storage capacity and are 
completely sell contained - no swop- 
ping bere- Typical hard drives on the 
Amiga can store between 80Mb and 
120Mb of informatiion (equivalent to 
about iCOfJoppy disks) withouti hav- 
ing to change disks once. 

Most Amiga hard drives are fitted 
internally, although there are several 
models that are oonnecied externally, 
&g, the Archos Overdrive. 

Another popular storage type is 
the CD-ROM drive. CO- ROM drives 
are l^B a oombinalion of floppy 
drives and tiard dnves. They iiave a 
capacity of approximately 600 Mb, 
and ftiey use a small 5" disc wtiich, 
except for whatever is written and 
stored on it, is virtu aiSy indistinguish- 
able from an audio CD. The 
di^iwbacks are ihat you cannot write 
data to them yet, ie. they are read 
only, and have slowisti access 
speeds compared to hard drives. 

CD-ROM drives are used where 
very large amounts of intonmatioh 
need to be storgd (reference pro- 
grams, clip art libraries etc). Another 
often overlooked ad^'antage ot CD- 
ROM is Itiat the Amiga can read PC 
and Mac CD-ROM discs, which, 
although they may contain Mac or 
PC programs, often contain vast 
libraries of additional clipart, lonts 
and images, whhch you and your 
Amiga can make use of. 



DO 

HEN? 



WeH, lefs start at ttie begin- 
ning; since the origins of 
man, back in prehistoric 
limes, the humble floppy 
disk has been a reliable but 
stow system of storing and 
retrieving tiles. And why Is it 




so reliable and trustworthy {yes 
Andy, why? Mine never seems to 
•work -Ed} The reason lies in the use 
of a tried^ and tested technoio-gy; 
alectromagnetisnn. Inside a floppy 
disk drive is a read/Vvrite head that 
moves over the disk surface reading 
data from^ the floppy disk, and writing 
it back out. Inside the drive the disk 
spins with the head moving across 
|he radius of the disk ar>d data is 
stored in a series ot rings (otherwise 
known as tracks), with the drive, read- 
ing each irack artd then moving onto 
I he next. The actual reading and writ- 
ing process works on a simiiar basis 



to normal audio tape, The binar/ 
data {if you go right down to the very 
deepest, darkest, core of your Amiga 
you'll find everything is stored as a 
series of zeros and ones - known as 
binary numbers) is converted to else- 
iro magnetic pulses. 

These pulses are recorded 
(wben saving data] on magnetic 
material that coats the_surface of 
floppy disks. When the Amiga loads 
files and programs the disk drive 
head moves over the floppy disk 
surface sensing the magnetic 
pulses, which it then converts back 
to binary data to t>e saved in the 




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nremojy ot the Amiga all read/ 
for processing, 

IT'S A HARD JOB 

Instead of havfng a single-, so called 
floppi- disk (even though it's nol thai 
floppy on ths outside) which you con- 
stantly insert and eject from the 
Amiga ycu could use a hard drive. 
This is a sealed unit, containing a 
number of small magnetically coated 
disks. By having multiple disks 
stack&d upon one another, each with 
its own read^'write head, hafd drives 
can store much more data than a sin- 
gle floppy disk, 

By spinning the disks at a very 
high speed a Cun-ent o1 aif is created 
just above each one, this lifts the 
hard drive read,'wrfle head allowing it 
to be moved around the dnak, floating 
jLfsl above iJie surface, thus enabting 
(he computer to record or read the 
electromagnetic signals to or from 
the dfsks, 

A small motor in (fie unit controls 
the precise movement of the head 
ovsir the disk. Hug speed this motor 



can move and the disk revolution 
speed determine how fast data can 
be loaded and save<j from the drive. 

In hard drpves this floating head 
>s unbelievably close to the disk sur- 
face, so close in fact that a grain of 
dust or a human hair is big enough 
to cause major problems, especially 
if they get between the head arvd the 
surface. To keep this potenliaily 
harmful problem from occurring all 
hard disks are completely sealed 
and cannot be opened, 

The storage capacity ot floppy 
disks and hand drives is also deter- 
mined tjy the amount of data ihat 
car* be crammed into a track. 

The problem is thai technology 
has got to stage where more infor- 
mation can tie fitted onto a track 
than can be read in a single revolu- 
tion by the drive head. 

For this reason tracks are further 
split down into sectors, a sector 
being tine amount of data ftiat can 
be read from a track al a time, to 
read all the seclors gn a track the 
disk will then have to be rotated sev- 
eral times. 

The storage capacity of hard 
drives, and to an extent floppy disks?, 
is increasing all the time, and for the 
immediate future there is no storage 
System that can rival them for being 



able (o read and write large volumes 
of data at a comparabie cost, 

CD TCCHNOUMSY 

The CD-ROM drive mechanism is, 
unlike tlie hard drive and floppy drive, 
not based ypon magnetism at all. 
Instead it relies on high precision opti- 
cal engineering. Each CD is made up 
of a single track,, windiing its way from 
the inside to the outskJe of the disc in 
a spiral, Along this track are ibillions of 
liny holes - we're talking atom size 
here. The ipfesenoe of holes in the 
surface represents Wnary daia ~ a 
hole Or no whoJe - representing a sin- 
gle ttinary bil of one or zero. 

Inside the CD-ROM drive is a tiny 
read/write head that works its way 
around Ihe spiral moving around and 
across Ihe disk at the same time. As it 
proceeds it shines a laser al the dish 
which reflects ofi the surface. A sensor 
on the head picks up the reflect- ton, 
or not if the laser hits a pit. The sensor 
then passes Une status of ihe reflected 
beam (reflection or no reflection) to 
drive elecironics which convert this 
informatior> into a binary one or zero, 

IDE AMD SCSI 

Most Amiga hard drives for the 
A1200 and A600 are connected via 
an internal expansjon port called IDE. 



This Is Isasically a simple hard drive 
interface and to fit a hard dnve to it 
you simply plug it in. The OverDrive 
and SmartSlor, on the other hand, 
conned via the PCIMCIA interface on 
the outside of the A60(},'Aiaoo, 

Another pcssibJiity for connecting 
hard drives to the Ai £00 is to use a 
SCSI interface. SCSI is a more 
sophisticated hard drive interface than 
IDE, allowing you to connect up to 
seven units at onoe ((DE only allows 
two), it's also a lot lasier. The problem 
is (hat SCSI isn't built in to the Amiga 
and you' It need to buy a specific inter- 
face if you wish to connect such a 
hard drive to yotir AIEOO. Both the 
GVP Al 230-11 or eiizard accelerators 
cards for the A1 2Q0 have optional 
SCSI inlerfaces avaifahle for them. 

A major advantage of SCSI is that 
you can connect a massive varioty of 
other types ot storage devices to the 
Amiga with them, Sy quest drives {a 
cross between floppy disks and hard 
drives giving either 44 or 88Mb per 
disk), optical drives, massive hard 
drives (one gigabyte and more!) and 
higli speed tape backup systems are 
all avaiJabie through SCSI interfaces. 
SCSI devices are very popular on 
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Now that you've got some idea what types of storage 
devices are available for your machine, here is break- 
down of all the options available. | 



CHOICES, CHOICES 





DISK DRIVES 

The disk drives we have chosen as 
the picl< of tlie Crop are the: Power 

Coffliputing Power drive £60 {tel; 
0234 273 000), Amitek Deliuxe E59 
(tel; 081 309 1 1 1 1 ) and Wizard 
Saturn £49 (tel: 0322 27290&), 

Tliese drives worK on ail Amigas 
and feailure anti -click teciinotogy, 
hardware anti -virus circuilry. disable 
and through port for extra drives, 
They are well t>u((t and look smart. 

They are all Standard Amiga 880k 




drives {ie can lorrmat disks with 880k 
o! disk space) and Power Computing 
also sell a higher l.7$Mb capacity 
■noclel al £B9. 



HARD 

The Archos Overdrive is possibly the 
besl A1 200 hard drive. An external 
IDE hard drive that plugs into Ihe 

PCMCIA interface of the A1 200, it's 
really easy to install. It is also one of 
the lastest hard drives CU AMIGA 
tias seen; in tests it clocked an 

amazing transfer 
rate of 1 430k per 
second^whiie the 
previous record 
holder (the GVP 
A530 for ASOOS) 
only managiedi 
900k and an inter- 
nal IDE drive for 
the A1 200 ticked 
over at 809hl 
Thijs is one fast 
drive. 

Thf only 
problem with 
the Overdrive is 
that tends to 
prevent some 
expansion 
devices work- 
ing. Ttiis was 
one of the 
feasons we 
didn't give it 
a Top Rated 
award back 




in March '94. 
But otherwise 
its highly rec- 
ommended for 

Al 200 owners wanting a first or pos- 
sibly secofld ha:d drive. The 
OverDrive i$ available Irom Silica 
(08 1 -309 1 1 1 1 ) and indi (0543 41 9 
222), Prices start at £150 for a 
130Mb capacity, altliough we rec- 
ommend you opt lof the biggest you 
can afford, 

Snfiart Stor is anothcrr good, but 
slightly smaller hard drive from 
Archos, A full review of this can be 
found on page 99 of this very issue, 
so we won't dwell on it lor too long, 
Suffice to say that it's a great (ittie 
hard drive forth? A6no find AltOO. 
It's v@ry fast, but sormewiiat lacking 
in design and is only avaiiabie in 
20Mb and 30Mb capacities which Is 
almost certainly to small for most 
Amiga users, 

CD-ROM DRIVES 

CD-ROM is a technology 
Uiat's rapidly gaining popu- 
larity. This is r^inty due to 



reasonable, although not brilliant 
access speeds and the massive 
amount of data that a single CD can 
hold - one 5' disc can store over 
SOOfi^b of information, which is, 
er.one hell of a lot! 

The Amiga has had CD- ROM 
lechnoiogy for some time. 'Way back 
in the mists of tirne Commodore 
released tfie A570 CD-ROIW drive 
for the A500, which sold in great 
quantities but has sadly now been 
discontinued, although if you're 
lucky you may find one kicking 
around tor about £22. After thst 
came an Amiga with a CD-ROM 
drive built-in, the CDTV, and latterly 
the CD32 games console, » 







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j> Earlier this yeaf CU AMIGA exclu- 
sively revealed Cominodore's plans 
to unveil a CD-ROM drive for the 
At 200 which, as I write, still hasn't 
been launched. In its place, however, 
i$ the OverDrive CO-ROM,. Built hy 
the same company thai make the 
OverDrive hard drive. This product 
has a prestigious family history, and 
is set to sell by the bucket load. 

Like the OverDrive hard drive it 
plugs into the PCMCIA port of the 
Ai 200, and offers a good level of 
compatibilily with games for the 
CD32. AJthough it won't be able to 
play FMV.i'Digita! Video CDs, it does 
Suppcrt normal audiO' ones, PilotoCD 
and CD+G bisc formals. It can also 
load software oft normal Amiga CD- 
ROM discs, including the Fred Fish 
collection, ami numerous other PD 
discs. For A1 200 owners this is a 
must have praduct, Once again its 
available from Indi (0543 419 999) or 
Silica (Oai-309 1111) from £199. 



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revealed that several companies are 
already at work developing a CD- 
ROM drive lor the AfiOO. Initial 
reports say that it's likely to be 
closely based on itie te<:hnol09y as 
used in the OverDrive CD-ROlV! but 
will obviously not be able to run 
CD32 games (the A600 was 
designed before the CD32 came out 
and so doesn't have the necessary 
hgiidware). You will however still be 
able to load Amiga applications ancl= 
tiles, and use PD disc* elc 

So there you have it. Storage as we 
know it. But what does hjture hold? 
Well it I knew thai )'d be so rich I 
wouldn't need to worry about it any- 
way, but there are one or two 
common sense observations that we 
can make. 



As 1 write these pages my spies have 





Firstly, the amount you pay tor disk 
storage space, m whatever tomi it is, 
will continue to lall. Tlie price per 
megaf^yte is cunfently around £1 .50 
judging from the adverts in last 
month's issue of yoyr favourite maga- 
zine. This is bound to drop, there's 
nothing you can do about this - it's 
simple economics, whatever you buy 
today will be cheaper in future - fact. 
The only thing you can do is protect 
your investment .ard Ijy to reduce the 
time lit m\\ take l)efore you have to buy 
again. For this reason buy big, go for 
the biggest hard drive you can afford. 
The smaller you get the quicker you'll 
need to buy another unit. 

Secondly, technology is develop- 
ing faster now than ever before. 
Last year the GVP A530 was the 
fastest Amiga drive, clockirtg a 
transfer rate of 900k per second, in 
under twelve months this has 
increased by over fifty percent with 
the Overdnve clocking transfer 
speeds of practically 1.5Mb per sec- 
ond, I woil't be long before standard 
Amiga hard drives can fill the entire 
Ivwo meg RAM of an A1200 in under 
a second - think atjout it! Again, 
there is nothing yoo can do about 
this, bul ihis time you can save 
yourself money. Apart from the ego 
boost of having the fastest hard 
drive in town is there any real need 
to go for the 
fastest, and 
therefore 
most 

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after ail it's 
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out of date 
in a matter 
of monltis.. 
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and give 
priority to 
the amount 
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capacity 
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instead! 



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have an annoying constant click 
when not in use. Drives featuring 
anii-dick, surprismgly enough don't 
have this click. 

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A term referring to a type Of hard 
drive thai contains its own interface 
and controlling electronics. 



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an educated guess. CD-ROM drives 
that can not only read but also write 
are already available but they cost a 
fortune . But how long will it be 
before they become mass market 
and affordable - sooner than most 
people think is miy guess. In other 
words think carefully about where 
one of these wid go. My bet is on the 
PCMCIA interface, it's therefore 
probably worth asking yours&lf If 
you'd buy a writeable CD-ROM 
drive, and if so do you want the 
interface port that it wiU probably 
use blocked by a hard drive which 
could have gone inside the Amiga, I 
doubt it. my tip is go for internal 
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Some would say the public domain sys- 
tem is the backbone of the Amiga 
community. There are thousands of pro- 
grammers, musicians and artists, all 
giving away expertly crafted software 
for nothing. It sounds like a naive 
dream, but it's actually a reality. But 
what's it all about? How does it work? 
How can you become a part of it? Tony 
Horgan has the answers. 




WHAT IS PD? 

Public Domain software is created by 
enthusiastic computer u£er$ who 
want no payment for their procirams. 
PD software can be whatever the 

author wanis it to be: a game, a word 
processor, an art package, a music 
or graphics demo, a magazine on a 
disk, a slides liow, an educational 
program, an obscure uiility for a 
minority of speciaiJst users ... ttie list 
is endless, 

Why do peojrJedQ it? Because 
they want to. Much of the siollware on 
the PD circuit couid not be released 
comnnerciaJty for a numijer of rea- 
sons. A iot of PD is 'disposable'. 
Demos, animations, disk magazines 
and !he iil^e may only be used a few 
tirnes, th-en the disks ar^ formatted. 
Some are far Joo alternalive for an 
estatjiished commercial distributor to 
understarKJ, and others may only 
have a very irmited audiervce. In gen- 
eral ttiough, most PD software is 
developed (or ihe satisfaction ot the 
authors, and tor the benefil of Ihe rest 
of the Amiga community, 

the best way tc release your own 
PD is through the PD iibranes. These 
are organisations that sell PD disks 



for nothing more ihan tho price of Hie 
blank disks, and the running costs of 
duplicating, post and: packing and so 
on. The idea Is thai the libraries 
maike no profit from selling the disks. 
Vou get your program released to the 
masses, and wash your hands of afl 
the advertisin^g and mailing chores. 

All you do is send your disk, or 
disks, into any or all of Ifie PD libraries 
you can find, wilh a letter giving per- 
mission for the litwary to dislribute it 
for no hnancial gain, and a statement 
Ihat says these disks are ycujr own 
work, just to clarify the situation. You 
should also put a similar notice on ihe 
disk idself, in the fomi of a text file or 
■ an Intro screen. It's then up to the PD 
iitsrary to decide whether they wani to 
add your disks to their catalogue, 
Most have some fOi'm of quality con- 
trol, and won'l Just acoept any disk. 
You should trv to produce the best 
product you can, but so long as you 
don't cofrte up with a complete pile of 
tripe, you shouldn't have to many 
problems getting it distributed, Look 
through the adverts in |his magazine 
and you'H find stacks of PD libraries 
to target. 

HOW TO WRITE PD 

There are no rules on this score, As 
PD software doesn't need to majke a 



profit, you don't have to pander to 
any particular rr>arke| or audience. 
You're tree to do whatever you like, 
however absurd, alternative, weird or 
original it may be. You don't have to 
t>e a programming boffin either 
(although it does help), as there are 
pieniy o( development systems to 
heJp you get your ideas out of your 
head and onto a disk. Here are some 
of the main areas of PD software, 
and the tools you could use to create 
them. Some are commercial pack- 
ages, others are PO. The PD 
programs are preceeded with an 
asterisk D- Many of the commercial 
package's have appeared as 
COvendisks on previous issues of CU 
AMIGA, so check your disk collec- 
tion. Look through the adverts in this 
issue for the best prices on any you 
don't have. Lookout for the fully- 
functioning new version 3.0 of the 
excelleni Videotracksr. lo be given 
away exclusively with the next issue 
of CU AMJGA, 

These recommendations are 
assuming you cannot program in 
languages C, Assembfer or any 
other low level language, which will 
of course give superior results in 
many cases (games, demos and 
utilities especially).' ' 
Games: AMOS. BliSz Basic. 
Demos: V'sdeoirscker, 'Oemomaker. 

Music disks: 'OctaMED, "ProffSCksr, 

Sonix, Deluxe Music Constfuclion 

Set. 

Utilities: AMOS, Blitz 8&$ic, 

Animations: MovieSeStsr, Deivx^ 

Paint, Britliance, Aegis Animator, 

F^ntSvision. 

Multimedia presentation: Hypertook. 

Can Do, Scala. Mediapoint. 

Disk magazine: "Magnum. Menu. 

Educational: AMOS, Blitz Basic, 

Hyperbook. 

CQPYRIGIIT 
CAimON 

Just because you're not selling your 
PD disks for prolit, you're not esempt 
from copyright laws. A lew years 
ago, you could get away with sam- 
pling a complete sorig and putting it 
on a disk (a pointless exercise, but it 
was a popular activity for a while). 
Since then, quite a few PD libraries 
have had visits from (he boys in blue, 
who have confiscated large numlsers 
of disks, These days you have to t>e 
more respectful ol copyright, 
although you can still gel away with a 
certain degree of intringemenl. Disks 
such as the Deep Space Mine 
siideshows, clones of old arcade 
games, Final Frontier {an unofficial 



Star Trek disk magazine), and the 
insane Wayne's World Pong are tes- 
tament to this. However, we can't 
really recommend you infringe any- 
one's copyright, If you do, you should 
be prepared for the copyright holders 
10 get rather stroppy. 

The other dodgy area is pornog- 
raphy. There's plenty ol this 
available from bulletin boards, but 
most reputable PD libraries won't 
distritrute the hard stuff, usually 
drawing the line at topless pictures, 
or the occasional bit of nudity in a 
fantasy art demo. 

T 
U 

it you want to get involved with PD. 
but don't fancy creating it yourself, 
the other option is to start your own 
PD library. If you want a get rich 
quick scheme, forget it. The whole 
idea is that the price you charge for 
the disk is no more than it costs to 
buy Ihe blanks, duplicate them, 
advertise them and send them out. 
There are enough libraries that 
respect ihe system, so anyone who 
starts charging too much for their 
disks won't last for long with those 
for corr petition. 

To set up as a PD library, alJ you 
need is a seieclior> ot PD disks^ a 
disk copying utility, and your Amiga, 
However, if you have any plans for 
your library to grow from a part time 
hobby into a full time job, you'll have 
to be prepared lo expand your setup 
to accommodate the increases in 
your mailouts and disk duplication. 
We al CU AMIGA don't daim to be 
experts on running a PD library, so 
we asked four of the tiest Amiga PO 
libraries a lew questions to find out 
just what's involved. This is what 
they had to say, 



The toUowing l^our PD libraries were 
chosen (or their outstanding level of 
service. Some are big, others are not 
so big, but all offer the latest PD at a 
fair price, with a quick turnaround of 
orders, which are fulfilled by return of 
post in many cases. How do they do 
it? We asked ihem just that. 




VcMj can da wrii«| yuu Uk* WHM PO, H yflu *f*nt 
tD Include an animaltd cpiicon- CfKOdllt In 
your demo, go right ahead. 



33 



PD FEATURE CU AMIGA 



Name: NBS PD W 

Year Established: 1987 {PD in 1989] 
Teiepiione: 0983 529594 
Fax: 0983 821599 

Why did you start a PD library? 

Bought an Amiga, arid then togethsr wilh a friend,, started selling blank cli$k& 
and boxes as a. hotiby by mail order and to the local Amiga club. Started to 
collect dernos, but never Ihoyght of being a PD library. In spring 1969, 
decided to give il all up. bul before we did (we had made enough money 
from the previous two ears to buy a printer, a half Mb upgrade each, and 
about 12 pints ot lager), we put our remaining profit into one final adii'en, 
This was the lamed NBS PD EARTHQUAKE! which in effect cut the price of 
PD in half, down to 99p. Ttie result was phenomenal!' The rest is history! 

How much capital did this require 

We managed to gel a E1 .000 loan from the bank, '*^JlM 

What mistakes dici you make in the beginning? 

The big mistake all PD libraries have made is an escalation in advertising! 
U's very easy to get sucked into too many magazines. PD is a low profit 
business, and advertising rakes most of it I 

How do you promote your disks? 

Adverts in magazings. features in magazines, plus our own magazine (it's 
grown to a newspaper now). 

Where do ^ou get your disks from? 

Many are sent in, some are swopped witin other PD libraries, plus bulletin 

boards and CDs. 

How do you copy yO'Ur disks? 

Using a high speed disk duplicator. 

Don't you giet a sore tongue from licking all those stamps? 

Not these days, 

Do yO\f need & big selection of disks for a successful PD library? 

Yee! You are expected lo have the latest version of AmiXXXX or whatever. 
People will always be asking for programs not in Xh& library, so a few disks 
would tie a big handicap. 

What makes your PD library so special? 

NBS is a full-time occupation! We are not tjased in a bedroom in the 
evening. OK, we are not the cheapest (not ihe most expensive either}, but 
we are reliatie, and care about ourcusiomefs, Orders generaliy go out the 
day we receive them. One order that gave us a buzz was phoned in at 5.20 
on© evening. Irom the Channei Isiands, 7.30 the next day he had tiis order 
on his doorstep. We also produce the most comprehensive paper catalogue. 
We don't think any other library has anyttiing tike i|. 

Top five disks this month: 

1. Assassins games 159 (AS I 159} 

2. Text Engine Wordprocessor (PB 020) 

3. AS I Virus Killers [PU 460) 

4. Artistiit PainI Package (E 037) 

5. 1..3 Emulator for At 200 (J 743) 

Most requested disk of all time; 

^4o figures for a pjecise answer, bul probably D-Copy, Various Virus Killers. 
or the Puggs in Space demo (At 200 compatible wilh 1 .3 emulator). 






Name: Cynostlc 
Year Established: 1 992 
Telephone: 0203 681687 
Fax: 0203 638508 

Why did you start a PD library? 

To fund CD game development. However, PD took over and has 
grown since. We all had a massive interest in the Amiga before all this, but 
the librar/ has intensified it Quite a few of eK-Cynostic people now do amaz- 
ing high-end work. 

How much capital did this ret^uire? 

About £1500, probably less. We already had lots ar>d lots of disks and 
some squipment. 

What mistakes did you make in the beginning? ^| 

We were too naive possibly. We accepted what people told us, often to ^ 
our detnmenl. 

Haw do you promote your disks? 

Magazine reviews, magazine advertising, catalogue disks. Internet, 

Where do you get your disks from? 

BBS, Intarnet, the authors. We're one of the quickest in this respect, 

How do you copy your disks? 

Using the Amiga itself, or from Diskmasher files from hard drive orCD-ROfi^. 

Don't you get a sore tongue from licking all those stamps? 

Yesi There have been a few nasty accidents, But I won't go into them hare, 

there too rude. 

Do you need a big seiecllon of disks for a successful PO library? 

Yes! It's essential, and you must know about each one. 

What makes your PD library so special? 

We're friendly, cheap, quick, honest, love the Amiga and we have a sense of 
humour about it, Plus, we don't make any money ii'om it, which is a bit 
unusual some would say! 



Top five most ret^uested disks of th« last morkth: 

1 . Virtual Dreams - "Breath Taker" (D 0305 abcde) 

2. The Final Frontier #7 

3. Teletext 1,2 (U 01 42) 

4. Amiga Fax 1.4 (U 0182) 

5. Zombie Apocalypse 2 (G 0224) 

Most requested disk of all time; 

Spaceballs - "State of the Art" demo (D 0241 ) 





H*Cker demos ars im «1 lli* n»oal enoJling pan* of Ihe public domain, wh*fe the world's be*( 
pmjrammBf B show Ihe ccmunerclBl boys hSW U'S floiw, with Blaciht 01 niea sounds *nd flrapmics. 



Ltitl: Dl9ill«i Diaann& ^ on* (Hf Vt« bener BiBili' 

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Name of Library: 17 Bit Software 
Year Established: 1988 
Telephone: 0924 366982 
Fax: 0924 200943 



Why did yau start a PD library? 

tl siarted as a hobby which paid a wage to a few enthusiasts - an ideal job! 
It soon boomed as PD became mega popular, and the company soon had 
to adopt a more professional stance- 
How much capital did this require? 

Not much initially (just a few Amigas), but W* we have in excess Of 
E35,CHJ0 wurth of hairdware, 

What ifiietsk>ȣ did you make in the begimning? 

Too much adveftising. It js possible to pass a stage where furltier advertis- 
ing does not improve respcnse. 

How do you promote your dislcs? 

Ativeniisiing in several Amiga publications, recommendalions and features. 

Where do you get your disks trem? 

Direct from authors. Inlemei, BBS etc. 

How do yov copy your disks? 

Professional duplicating &qujpmenl (Tracer Ghostwritir>9 equipment} 
and Amigas. 

Don't you get a sore tongue from licliLng all those stampe? 

No, we use a very expensive franking machine, 

Do you need a big selection of disks for a successful PD library? 

Hot necessarily. Quality is more important than quantity (Size isn't every- 
fring you know!). 

What makes your PD library so special? 

Expert technical help, fasf 24 hour turnaround, unequalled after-sales ser- 
vioe. Strict quality control on all library submissions. Good product range. 

Top five most requested disks of Ihe last month; 

1 . The Cu rse ot Doctor Slrange (3151) 

2 Klondike 2 AGA (3175 AB) 

3- Imagine 2 Buddy' System (3161 AB) 

4. Morphy the Magidan AGA (3132) 

5. OverlarKJer{3116) 

Most requested dl$h o1 all time? 
Jesus on Es demo (22Be AB), 




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Name of library: 
Visage Computers 
Year Established: 
1992 

Telephone / Fax: 
0602 444501 

Why did you start a PD library? 

At the time (87-39) we were paying around E3.00 per disk, and as our col- 
lection grew, we felt that we could soil them^ for less. Also we're demo and 
utility freaiks! 

How much capital did this require? 

Not too imuch at first - around £300, most ot which was Spent on disks and 
stationery- Obviously things like advertising, which came later, which cost 
much more. 

What mistakes did you make in the beginning? 

Not sending in LSD's Jesus on Es demo lo be reviewed, as we had it virtu- 
ally on [he day of release. 

How do you promote your disks? 

Adverlisirtg. in Amiga magazines. AJso sending disks in tor review. 

Where do you gel ynur disks from? 
BBS. Internet and programmers. 

How do you copy your disks? 

We use DCopy 3.1 and FEX (a custom-written program tor tiard drive to 
floppy copying). 

Doesn't your tongue get sore from lickirtg all those stamps? 
No, but we're getting addicted to the glue {not). 

Do you ne«d a big selection of disks for a successful PO library? 

The more disks the better. It is_also important to try to get the latest 
di$ks quickly . 

What makes your PD library so special? 

Being the sole distributors for the LSD legal tools from disk 152 onwards. 
Having the latest dennos arvd utilities. Quite a reasonable price of 
£1 ,00 per disk. 



Top five most requested disks ot the last month: 

t. Virtual Dreams - Love {AGAJ 

2. Stellar - Mindflow (AGA) 

3. Complex - Real (AGA) 

4. LSD Legal Tools 156 

5. Rage - Maximum Overdrive 2 (AGA) 

Most requested disk of a\i time? 

Fairiighl; - 24S demo. 




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It's been a long time but the follow-up to Civilization is HERE, and it's reviewed 
ONLY in PC Review! --^^^^ 

PLUS 

• Why buy a new PC when you can rent? It could work out more cheaply - we 
explain how. 

• The future of sound: we look behind the scenes at Creative Technology, the 
people behind Ihe Sound Blaster, 

• Give your sound cand the speakers it deserves - four sets of sf>eakers reviewed 
and rated in our definitive test. 



• Who owns who? How the PC games publishers are slowly but surely becoming 
part of Hollywood - a special PC Review investigation. 

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at an unusual month it's been! On the one hand you have 

Psygnosis pulling one ol lhi$ year's most important games; a game 
thai could have really shown off I he power ol ouf favourite 32-bit 

console. On the other, however, we 
see complete levels o( Mindscape's 
Megarace: a gama that can reatly 
show off the power of the machine- 
Good stuff. Thai's more like it - 
games that show off the CD32 for 
what it IS - not just A1200 ports or 
games thai look like Amiga games. 
The CD32 i'S going to tiave some 
very tough competition soon, in.Ihe 
way Of the SEGA Saturn and the 
Sony Playstation, and to stand any 
real chance of blowing these toys 
out of The water, we hava to have a 
lot more than Zoof Sand a perfecl 
port of Frontieri 

And it looks (ike w$'ll do it no 
problem it there are mors games like 
Megarace coHMng our way. 
Tony Dillon 
Games Editor 




NOVASTORM NO MORE! 

In a shock mowe this month, 
Psygnosis have announced that the 
much touted sequel to Micnocosm - 
originally titled Scavenger before its 
name was switched to the less than 
snappy No]/astorm, has been wilh- 
drawfi from development, Oddly 

enough, it has only been 
taken away froin ihe 
CD32 platform, ar>d all 
other versions such 
as tha SEGA 
MegaCD will continue 
as planned. The rea- 
son for this unusual 
move? The program- 
mers concerned, who 
as all Microcosm own- 
ers will know are Stuart 
Sargaisson, Richard 
Weeks and Pete 
Marshall, have all been 
moved across to 
develop for the up and 
coming Sony corksoie, 
the Playstation, artd 
Psygno$is just don't 
have the programmers to spare to continue work on the AG A version. 
Whether or not deveiofurent begins again will all depend on how the 
macfitne periorms at Christmas, along with tiow the PSX performs when it 
' appears. For more information, call Psygnosis on 051 709 5755, 




COMMODORE CONFIRM 
NEW GAMES CONSOLE 

Commodofe UK have excloS-ively 
revealed to CU AMIGA that not only 
are ihe Amiga and CD32 sel for a 
bright future, see our load news 
story on page 1 6, but a new genera- 
lion games console is in 
development and planned for 
release next year. 

David Pleasance, Managing 
Director of Commodore LK, exclu- 
sively revealed to CU AMIGA that a 
new system is to be launched. 
David told CU AMIGA; "the new 
genefaiion system will be launched 
in 1995", he also specifically 
avoided mentioning the CD64, pre- 
viously used in. until now, 
unconfirmed speculation regarding 
a potential new Amiga console, 

Just exactly what hardware will 
be featured in this console is still 
unknown. However, Commodore 
are known to have RISC architec- 
ture hardware in their RSD latjs, 
which is reported to feature many of 
,„ the capabilities Of sophisticated 

graphics wcrkslations I' 5. 7i\r~.o krmvi'n t"iat any naw console would be compel- 
in.g with the Sony PlayStation, S&ga's Saturn and the Nintendo Ultra 64, all of 
which Commodore are aware of and will surely be working to tseat, Given 
these two fads Itie new generation CD3S is certain to be a killer system and 
capable of slugging it out with the competition. Those doubting Commodore's 
ability to produce such a product should remember thai the Amiga was first 
developed 1D years ago, and only now are rival systems starting lo catch up 
with its high performance graphics hardware, 

Th« only question remaining is liming, for such a launch. Commodores pre- 
vious tactics have deen to make surprise launches in late Autumn, to capture 
Christmas sales. Given this record il would be likely that the console would bfl 
uinveiied at the Autumn ECTS trade show, 

Even without the news of this new system the CD32 is set for a roller 
coaster rkJe this Christmas, with a wealth of big new titles planned for release, 
at the same time as one big title is dropped - see news story (left). The C032 
has a bright future. 




SOUNDS UNUSUAL 

Weird Science continue Itieir endless support tor the more teetinlcai users 
ol the GD32 wiith the release ol three more CD-ROM data titles this 
month, all compatible with PC and Amiga CD-ROM units. Sounds Jemfic 
is the riame ot a double CD pack for all the budding musicians out there, 
and unlike standard sample CDs, it features no audio tracks at all. Instead 
it features tJiousands of modules, sample files in IFF and RAW formats, 
Sonix scores, MIDI files plus all the PD sound utilities you could wish for. 
In a rrwre traditional vein, they are ailso releasing a clip art CD by the 
name of Clip Art, which lealures over 5S0Mb of dip art in black and white, 
IFF, Coloured IFF bitrrap, Proclips, EPS, IMG and brushes for Deluxe 
Paint. Finally there's a complete CO database of fonts under the unas- 
suming name of Fonts, With over 900 fonts on the CD, you'd be hard 
pressed to find a more compretiensive range for the price. Speaking of 
the price, you'll be pleased to know that both the Clip Art and Font CDs 
are only £9.&9 each, and the Sounds Terrific double CD pack is the 
estremely reasonable £19.05! For more information, caH Weird Science 
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CU AMIGA DIARY OF ft GAME 




D 



ave can nol believe that rt tias 
been a month since the lasl 
eniry in the Diary. He's been so 
busy witli »ie latest devetopments in 

Space Academy thai he hasni even 
rtotioed tlie time flying by, 

"I have not seen much of the 
Skimmer, having installed black 
blinds in my studio, but as I looK out 
the leaves are starting to turn 
Aulumnal and ihe odd leaf is d rifling 
past the window," Very poetic speech 



John so what exactly has been taking 
up so much of your lims? The answer 
is their new toy. "John and 1 each 
have a copy at Lightwave and we ar& 
working ouf way through the manuals, 
I only wish that I couW cram it all into 
my head iin halt an hour, but as it is. 
worlt on the main body of the game 
ha& to progress and only the Odd 
snatched hour, astiffve allows, can be 
allocated 10 the tuio rials. John is 
currently working on den/eloping the 



JflBRle 3oRn JonesSteele haslieen away 

sunning himself in Florida, Dave Rowe 

has been given artistic licence with 

Space Academy. Let's see how 

he got on. 



A n*w *hOt o( ySUf laptop c»mp4JlBf . A* ycu vrark through OH m^, H ge4« nnappetf aul «ith eII 
the rtl^vent politl* higriklgbi^d. 




wire frame animation, based upon 
our Intro seclion storyboard and will 
include some frames in nixl 
month's entry. 

"in the current version of Space 
Academy we are able to guide our 
hero around all eight levels of build- 
ing one using the bright, flat-coloured 
tempi at9 rooms," Dave 
continues. "The first two 
Kevels have finished 
graphics installed and, 
with level three n&aring 
completion and it is excit- 
irtg to see the finished 
game coming together. As 
each level is completed 1 
send it via modem to 
John and he incorporates 
it in the next version, 
making minor adjust- 
menls where necessary. 
With such focus being 
placed upon dose detai^l 
It IS easy to feel that the 
overview is getting lost or 
out of control, but by 
keeping regular checks 
on this we can see that 
Ihe direction is OK and 
that everything is coming 
together as planned." 
So with the game 



rushing towards completion, what 
else remains to Ije done? "We still 
have some refinements to make, lika 
visual puns, non-mteractive Sprites, 
droids scuttlirvg around making each 
scene look busy and so orv, but thest 
are best done when we pull the 
whole ttiing together once all Ihe 
graphics are tmaiiy completed. 

The main character has been ani^ 
mated in all of the eight direclions 
requir&d- Unfortunately, once they 
were combined with the game the 
North and South directions were tota 
crap so we have to scrap those and 
do them again,' 

COMPLEXITY 

One thing the Stellar Genesis Agenq 
have found Is Ihe way that their jgices 
are inaeasing in flow. "As we produc 
more levels the oompiexily of the 
rooms increases. In the last issue we 
included a level two room which had 
raised balcony with connected rooms 
that were out of view. We are eKploit 
ing this feature more andi more for 
example the template room from 
level six has four levels of bal- 
conieSj one above the other. This i 
as many as we fe&l will comfortabl: 
fit the screen, cortsidering the resoli 
Bon of Ihe sprites. 



DIARY OF A BAME^CO AIII6A 




By arswing UM frflmes snel ssttlno Hieir p*r»p*e1ive in mHteh Ihe wall, porl;r*IIS In th* castle are a doddl*! 



'As the rooms become more com 
p\ex, s« (he puz^iles grow in 
comple)tity. You can see the 
vital object in ttie wcm below 
your balcony, but there is no 
access lo it. In ofder to reach 
the object ot your heart's 
desire you must plot a course 
back ihrough the currerm sec- 
lion of the lev^el you are on in 
order to arrive in the room; 
below. We are going to get 
really mean in the later levels, 
because you will have to work 
your way not only through the 
current securily section, but 
also through other security 
sections on that level arx) ulti- 
mately use the litis to visit 
lower levels, cross Ihem and 
lind another lift ShaH to bring 
you back to the level that you 
were on in a position that 
enables you lo reach The 
required room. 

*AII ihis would be an absolute 
nightmare, but we make sure thai it 
is merely a bad dneairi by the provi- 
sion of the laptop. All you have to do 
is make sure that it is continually 
updated by plugging i| into the vide- 
owall stations on each level and 
recharged by using one ot ttie infre- 
quent power points," 

VIDEOWALL 

However, the 30 elements of the 

game aren't the only thing thai need 
work. "As we have said t>efore. the 
laplop contains mapping informaiion 
of your progress so far, areas as yet 
inaccessible, location of 
viclual&,arrins, ammunition, etc. 
When you plug it in to the videowall 
you get a more detailed, lull colour 
viiew of Ihe floor plan or any floor 
plan already visited. The video that 
was playirig at ttie time is reduced to 
picture in picture top right. With all 
this wealth of information at your fin- 
gertips you can backtrack on your 
progress and pick up an alternative 
route with a reasonable amount of 
certainly^ well maybe, ol reaching 



your destination safely. As the vide- 
owall is priming your laptop you can 



same way as the wall 
textures, ie grabbing 
Ihem, reducing them 
in scale, shearing 
them and finally 
colouring them and 
framing them. With 
these in place it is 
possible, tor the later 
levels, to include 
Ihem in cryptic clues 
as 10 the location of 
invisible ficcr 
switches. I do not 
think that we should 
say any more about it 
for nowor we will 
give too much away. 
"Whilst working on 
building onie we feel 
I hat it is important to 
keep Ihe whole thing 
looking fresh and SO I 
tend to only do a few 
rooms at a time before switching my 
attention to another aspect of the 




Just « tmm Mctlon oi the csatlB model, iHsr srw 01 1*a later kevaks. Just Cti«k OUl Iha amount of -detail In 



decicte your best route as the map 
shows you current direction of esca- 
lators as well as all the 01 her 
necessary inlormalion. This leaves 
you merely the unexpected to fiave 
to deal with," 



game, like animations or the other 
buildings- Whenever I feel that there 
is a danger that ihe rooms might 
begin to look the same, I like to 
switch to working on the second 



building which is a castle with six 
floors. We are giving this building a 
Medieval lee I witti an interconned- 
ing minstrel gallery running 
throughout each level to the extent 
that it is possible to explore a llOOf 
without ever leaving it. The waliiw- 
tures were gfabbed with a victeo 
camera appropriately enough kem 
Aberystwyth Castle. The storie 
blocks in the straight grab wefa loo 
large so I picked it up as a brush and 
halved it, applied shear, and 
stamped it down over the entire 
page. A translucent blue rectangle 
applied over the page then produced 
the basic background wall. This is 
then embellished with tapestries. 
flaming torches, oak beams, suits oi 
armour, hidden passages and all 
those other fiddly bits ttiat give she 
right atmosphere, coupled with. 
anachronisticaliy, mobile guardian 
droids on rails who can suddenly 
appear,glide past you taking a poi 
shot or two. and disappear." 

AND SO ... 

As John's holiday is fading in his 
memory as fast as a Flohda sunset 
(something ihat even eight rolls of 
holiday snaps can't help), he really 
knows that he is back to work now 
that he is has to change all the 
masks in level one lo take account 
of all Ihe changes that Dave made 
to the graphics whilst he was away, 
Of course Dave did this, not through 
any sense of malice you must 
understand, but through arlistic 
integrity, you understand , '25' 

g^l^ui: npom seven is nesrtng cc<n|Ktllk9n- 



ensg; 



AT 



Dave is. in many 
ways, a traditional 
artist, and is bringing 
his arty background lo 
Ihe game, "In produc- 
ing the final graphics 
for the rooms in build- 
ing one we chose to 
include a large num- 
ber of framed pictures. 
These were produced 
from my large refer- 
ence collection of 
lapes, slides and ref- 
erence books and 
treated in muctithe 

TMHpl*!* nam whef h bII 

th« work on His 

colour beiQirts. 




39 



CU AMIGA CD32 ZOHE 



A 




SCI, formerly The Sales Curve, are 
bringing a 3D paradise to a CD32 neaf 
you very soon. Tony Dillon gets a snnik 
preview and goes goggle eyed. | 



dP^" 




the enormous Cyfa«rcDmp>litx it t ^rk. and 
fngniening plaDB tube- SOmtlDlrig Ihsl SCI 
how manaeBd to i^aptur* «xlremely well, 



Tf?e Lawnmower Man has don$ 
Virtual Reality a lot of damage. 
The tale of Job© and Cyberjobe 
gave so many people the wrong 
impression of what VR actuaily is 
that when anyone ever g&es near a 
VR helmet, they can only be disap- 
f»int&d. SCI were one of the 
companies who realised this, and 
snapp&d up the LSivntrtower Man 
lk»nse immeditateiy, and used it to 
create one of the most visually stun- 
ning CD- Rom games yet. 

Unfortunately it never mada i1 to 
the Amkga or CD32. but that wasn't 
too much ot a problem because 
apparently it wasn't a very goo<j 
game, suffering quite badly from 
Dtagon's La^f-itus; a game syndrome 
wtHmby all playabllity is removed 
and replaced with fancy graphics. 

3D DREAM 

^0' !he past year, howev&r, the 
S<xdniam(}ton-l:>ased SCI develop- 
ment iKni have been banging away 
an a sequel of sorts to this game. 



Somelhing that taltes the staggering 
visuals o1 the original, yet adds a 
whole new level of pi ay ability. 
CyberwAr is the result, and it contin- 
ues thre story of the original game, 
where you take on the role of Doctor 
Angelo, batlltng against the might of 

"nm It/met 1b th« pl»C« whef e DdcIdf An^gtlO 
gaes to <!)«, tllhHigh In this high r«4KilUitlon. 
Bhol, ha't n«l gctng wllhaut a f Iglmt: 




m 



Thtt* m* rneny dtftsr- 

4l1t kirKl^ af gama 
room, all of wtitch 
neHqulne an amOunl al 
skill. dBXIerlty ifiH 
lorwand lalinintng- 



the twisted 
Cyberiobe within the 
cytiergompiex of the 
VSI mainframe 
computer. 

it's taken a leaon ol 12 
people the last twelve months 
10 come up wilti the arna^ing 
screenghols you see on this page, 
using h combination of 3D Studio on 
high end IBM PCs and full Silicpn 
Graphic worl<stations,. rendering 
enough 3D footage to fill no less than 
three full CDs! As you can see. the 
images are downgraded slightly for 
the sake of compression but by 
enlarging the size ot the pixels, SCI 
are able to run aSS-coiour animations 
at high speed, and still leave enough 
room for a game. 

CRYSUL MAZE 

And what a game it is! Take the 
CfyslaS Maze, sticiK it inside a weird 
metallic world and you\e got 
Cybervf^r. There are dozens of com- 
bat, skill and agility rooms, all of 
which need to be solved if you are to 
make it to the end of the game. The 
Lawnmower Man - Th^ Game was 
considered by most to be far too lin- 
ear, something that SCI have taken 
note of this lime around, and as a 
result you can now play the games in 
any order you like! 

At the end of the day, though, 
what's really going to sell this game 
is the look, Still screenshots are 
never goin^g to show you the fabulous 
direction or the smoothness of the 
animation, but they are goir>g to 
make you want to rush and see it for 
yourself. That's why we're letting the 




mages 
speak tor 
themselves. 
We'll haveafuH 
review of Cyberw^rvery soon 
indeed, 'Watch ihis space, '5!* 




BemlA i* tht real bad quf of ih« ^mes. He'll 
rip voti in halt belore blin kingi, althoLigh thai 
eauld ba because he t\*t no »v^' 



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What do you get 
if you take an 
idea for an inter- 
active tune, and 
tlien wait five 
years to com- 
plete it. Gremlin 
luiow tiie answer, 
and are willing to 
whisper it in Tony 
Diilort's ear. 



One ol Ihe first things anyOrte 
ever did when the optical 
medium (CD-Rom/Laserdisc) 
was first used on a computer sys- 
tem was attempt an interactive 
cartoon. In cass you need remind- 
ing, that particular gam^e went under 
the name of Dragon 's Lair The 
world was wowed by the fantastic 
graphics and sound, but when any- 
one actually tried to play the thing, 
they tended to walk away quite 

It'* nmarlitfii* th» kind cMhings you come 
»cro*t in n«ii. 



disgruntled. The problem was that it 
just wa&n't playable at all, being 
more a case of remembering Ihe 
required joystick movements for each 
screen rather than aclual interaction. 
Since then there have been various 
attempts at interactiye cartoons, but 
alrrtost all of them have failed. 

Now Gremlin Graphics are giving 
it a go with LiSsI Divil, a game that ha$ 
been in production longer than most 
of you have had an Amiga. In its time 
it's beert i floppy di&K based maze 




game, then a PC'GD-Rom based 

puzzle game, then a combination of 
the two, and now it's made its way 
onto the CD3J, and to be honest it's 
the closest to a fully interadtive car- 
toon yet, but that doesn't make it a 
pertect game by any sirateh of 
the imaginaiion. 

You play Mutt Divil - a young but 
enlbusiasljc denizen of hell 
who has been unfortu- 
nate enough to be 

selected for the 
annual Mission 
Impossible: to 
travel to Ihe bowels 
of the Undeirwor(d, 
through iive levels 
of sheer, well, hell, 
and then return with a 
piiza to feed the higher 
members of the council 
Every year a likely candidate is sent 
to get the food, but not once has one 
returned with a "deep pan meat plate, 
hold the spicy pork oti and could I 
have some anchovies on thet' deli- 
cacy. As you can imagine, the elders 
are getting a little disgruntled atraut 
this, so anyone who doesn't return is 
threatened with a fate worse than 
diath. Unfortunately, if you don't 
return, then you probably are dead. 




l5ut then Fi: 
is helf, ana so it 
all works out 
somehow. 

Enter Mutt - 
the man (of 
sorts) with a mis- 
sion. Essentially he 
has to travel through 
the live enorfnous levels of 
the underworld, collecting all tte 
cash he can find along the way and 
solving puzzles in all the rooms he 
can lind. There are fifty of these 
rooms (n total, and jolly entertaining 
they are too. As a rule, solving one of 
them will either open up another sec- 
tion of the maze, or give him an item 
which he will need for a later room. 
Whatever the case, ttiere is one rule 
that always comes into play when 



43 



CD32 laNE CU AIII6JI 




ShBdea otThB HcbWI, Bfl you Iry wd ateah * 
dragon's hoird, 

you snter a room, y&u are never told 
what it is you actually have lo do, In 
many cases, the solution will be 
painfully obvious froim itie start, hut in 
ptKers you really need to work 
through it to gel ihere, Take ttie 
Mermaid noom lor example, Here you 
are shown a mermaid with an evil 
glint in her eye sal in a large oyster. 
In front of tier are three rather viiciou* 
looking piranha fish. She raises har 
harKl, and a mystical symboi 
appears. Jumping on the fish also 
produces a symbol, so it's quite obvi- 
ous that all you need to do is jump on 
the right fish to produce the same 
symbol as the mermaid shows you to 
complete the screen- 
In a more obscure vein however, is 
the large snaka's head that spits spi- 
ders at you- This is right at the start of 
\hs game, and you can't solve it right 
away. No amount of stamping on the 
spiders will complete tha screen- 
instead, you need to get hotel of a can 
of insect repellent, which you spray 
into the snake's eyes to destroy it. 
OK, so you've got no way of knowing 
this the first lime you enter the room, 
but once you've been to Hia shop, you 
shoukl know all about it- 

SHOPPING AROUND 

Sorry, didn't 1 mention the shop? 
Why dW you think you had to collect 
cash as you ran around the maze? 



(At the end o1 the level you have to 
pay a toll to get to the next level, but 
ihafs not the only reason to collect 
money), At the siart of each level 
you'll find a shop with just some Of 
the items you'll need to get through 
the pu2zle screans. You don't actu- 
ally know which screens require 
which objects, but due to the nature 
of the rooms, you don't actually need 
io know. Vou can only use the right 
object in the rig^ht room, SO if you 
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when you press the blue button. 

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acteristic, with lots 
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animation and sound 
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ing Mutt hum to 
himself every time 
he picks some- 
thing up, I soon 
managed to drive 
the of lice to dis 
traclion by 
humming the 
same tune 
every time I 
picked some- 
thing up- 



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lem really comes down io 
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Each level is an enormous 
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and under ilsell, and con- 
tains tunnels and bridges 
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maze. As there are only 
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oer lewel, this means that 
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rrwire otten than not you run into 
spikes and holes rather than manage 



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LETDOWN 

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pointed. It has come so close to 
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shame it has been spoiled by being 
too big. Not that there's anything 
wrong with a game being big. It's 
simply that if you are going to stretch 
something out over a thousand 
screens, then you need to make sure 
that there is enough game in there to 
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As Ive said, ledinicaliy ^ -oefb on Amiga, and Ihai skJe of tilings 

has b&fin impro^wJ ever> more on 

ttie C032. It goes wi^houl Sdymg 

that it's a very playable platlorm 

game, hut Ihal isn't wh;^t wili 

atlract players and Keep them 

busy What will is Brian himsell. 

There is just so much clia'acter in : 

the little guy thai you end up Jtiiv 

ning hm mo all sorts of i 

predicaments just to see how he'll , 

read. H9 really does fteem to J-^\ j*K ,^ _ ^ ,.. n — t_^^ ^ ^ ^ 

■ ■■Baftexp'- -d an actior for 0v%"moWW«ogn the Sssi has to 

:_ ■ trie Raj R..» ^■ ht; takes 3 d*'ep brr^alh .ind lets out an enormous 

t>e«ow, then shakes fHS head because he scares NmsBlf! 

Althoiigh I've S3 id that Brian ThB Lton is teebra&slly one o* [he best plat- 
form qames on the CD32, f('s sUH by no nneanathe best. Actually controHrng 
^ \]^M ^;t fiddly at 



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don't vi$nl to 

get wet. 



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lnvi ;iiija levels 

especially srustraupg. Ottiemise 
though It's quite campetent, Jarnes 
Pond 3 A ain't bul II you iove your 
piatlorm gafnes to havi? flair, then 
Brian Jt\u Uon could be iho 
one for you* 3 1 1^ 

Tony Dillon 



OUTTOUINCH 

MINDSCAPE £29.99 OUT NOW 

t's a hartj life bei^g a world class chef,. 'French' hero Pierre Le Chef probaWy 



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has the hardest time of all, coming from a land where more olten than not 
_ the vegetables have fled their patches gnd run amok, leaving poor Pierr& 
wilh nothing more than his bare hands and an empty ktlchen with which to pre- 
pare his world lamous Garlic Surprise (the surprise is, it's only garlic!). So virtiat 
does he do? He heads out into the vifild with a nel and a bag of Hour, and sets 
about collecting some of these wild fruit and veggie edibles, 

In this port Irom the Super 
Nintendo, Mindscape have created an 
eKlremely simple and addictive plat- 
form game, in the same way that 
Bombjack was simple and addictive. 
You are the small chel with the net 
who has to swipe all the food runningi 
up and down belv^een the levels. Of 
coufse the food doesn't aciyaily want 

to be caught and cooked, and wrill ■ .- , .mr ^rs:!'"\.\ I 

make a run lor it the moment they see ■ «s«ftiai«i^tiMuX-^»!^ - » 
Pierre, so he needs to use anything 
else he can get his hands on to stun them from a distance, such as a bottle ot 
tabasco sauce with which he cap breathe fire, or bags of flour which he can 
throw over them. Once he has enough veg in his net, he can drop them in the 
large cage al the bottom of the screen, ready to be cooked. 

Out To LufJCh is an incredibly basic platform game, with very tittle in the 
way oi new or innovative features, but that's probably why the game works so 
well There are few enhancements Irom the A1200 version, witti the exception 
ol multiple fire button compatibility, but then the A1200 version was strong 
enough in it's own right. A highly playable, it somewhat unspectacu- 
lar game, you'll definitely have some lun with it though, 
Tony Dillon 

^F^ ^V~' • r* Wr* Pie«™ defng ZflhoeiM impi«Qniito™. 





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Shadow Software's 
blast from the past 
has just appeared 
on CD32, thanks to 
Rasputin. "Hmm", 
says Tony Dillon. 



magine a game that leis you fly 
almost e^/ery combat and stuni aif- 
cratt ever devised. A game ttial 
can place you in almost any battle 
situation, A game where you need 



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The rtieraJ serMn SftowB y«« Ju*l 1°* r""*^ 

varltty llh»r* is In the game, oHerlng llie 
shtnas to iraln In a doi*n dltferenl jreaa 
Dtlo™ Itirnwing you Into tallle sHyatlons. 

almost no Itnowledgfi oi flight ilselt, 
arid can concentrate on pure arcade 
action. A game wiiTi such simple con- 
trols that you can become addicted 
Immediately, and newer want lo put ii 
down again. 

AflPOFTHEHJV 

Such a game is exactly what Shadow 
Software must have been hoping to 
produce vihen they b&gan work on 

H.t VOL e*n M*, Ihe gr*pnh;s er* !«*« t^^" 
impressive- aUd unfoilunatelv IhBjf dont (le* 
jnj. tetter when lh» thinfl starts iwDwInJ -.- 




Jetstfike - the multi- 
tighler aircraft 
simulator. Released 
ori floppy machines 
last year, itie game 
receivers a real 
mixed bag of 
reviews. Some peo- 
ple really loved^ it, 
and found its Up of 
the hat to okter 
games quite 
enchanting, Olhens. 
ihoughtilwasaload 
of old pap and 
wouldn't recoinmend 
,) to their worst 
enemy. To be hon- 
est I sat on ttie 
middle of the fence, 
seeing nothing really 
wrong with it, but at 
the same time find- 
ing little atwut it 
worlli recommend- 
ing. It stiU sold 
incredibly well ttiough, and the con- 
stant flow of updates to the program 
shows tihal there is a very active 
group Of users oul there. 

The main menu at the start of the 
name is a good indication ol what 
you can expect from ttie product, and 
there are a hell of a lot of choices, 
from practicing the various aspects of 
the game (combat, bombing, photo 
reoon runs, dogiighting etc) lo play- 
ing out lull campaigns. 

If you haven't seen Jststrike 
before, then you won't be familiar 
witTi how it works, Essentially it's a 
side on scrolling shoot 'em up, but 
with unusual controls, Instead of 
moving the plane around a? you 
would expect to with an eight way 
controHef [up moving the plane up, 
down to go down and so on}, the 
control is actually rotational, with up 
on the ioypad rotating the plane 
clockwise, and down rolating anti- 
clockwise. It taltes a little getting 
used to, but it's a control method 
that works line, apart from the fact 
that when flying to the right, pushing 
up makes iTie plane dive {as it would 
j in real life), whereas pushing up 
I when you are flying le«t malces the 
plane climb. 

SHUDDERIHG 

If has to be said thfJt ihe gam^e looks 
fairly awful, Small, indistinct sprites 
mam around a hundred and one 
identical landscapes with a jerkiness 
that's ineifcusable. The whole thing 



just judders and shakes all over the 
place, which quite destroys first 
impressions. Unfortunately, it's an 
Impression that stays with you as you 
continue to play the game, 

Tfie real problem with Jefsfriit^ is 
that its look and feel is very dated, 
The smaU sprites, with the poor 
scrolling ar»d limited gameplay appeal 
make il a linte archaic. 

Although there have been 
improvements for the CD3S version 
- extra sound and music - there is 
feally nothing about it thai I can 
honestly recommend. 

I remember when games like this 
were all the rage. Harrier Attack and 
Tornado Low Lsve! are iwo of my 
most favourite games. There was 
someihing aboai them that was just 
so exciting, Flying a high speed let 
skillfully througti an intense battle 
situation was quite an unusual thing 
in those days, and even though the 
graphics were simple and the game- 
play simpler, they quickly became 
classics. That was, however, m 
1966, and tilings have ceme a long 
way since then. Gfaphics have 
becorre a lot more soptnisticsted. 
Single frame, quarter pixel scrolling 
has become the normal thing to see, 
along with rendered aircraft and 266 
colour images, 

JefsJrrtefrom Rasputin, sadly, is 
a game that tjelongs in a museum, ^ 



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about to offer you the home enter- 
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How about this for a prize? Th@ 
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What's more, if you don't want to get 
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Bui what are you going to watch 
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A blink. A flash of light. In a fraction of a moment you 
taken in everything around you and made your decision. Your 
opinion has been formed, and it'll take something really spe- 
cial to change that. I bet you never realised that first 
impressions could be so exciting. 



ZONKED 

P«ygii«slA 

THE GAMEPLAY: Zonked i& a veiy 

simple puzzle c|ame, pre$enled in a 

letally non-puzzle way. You play a 
\Ms guy trapped in a building, who 
has to escape by building a bridge 
to the exil of each TOom. To do this, 
all he ne^ds to do is push blocks 
around Ihe forced perspective 30 
room until they drop into (tie holes 
ground the estil tiles, 

There are obstacles all over the 
place, of course, sucti as fixed pih 
iars, immovable blocks and other 
holes which impede your progress, 
along with all oilier items to slow 
you down, of course, 



BEHIND THE SCENES: Zonked has 
been desigried, drawn, coded and 
completed by the mysterious team 
kngwn as Flatline. 

WHA rS NEW: The variety of blocks 

in the game is something a little spe- 
cial. Everything has its own weight 
and characteristics, which you have 
10 use 10 your best advantage. 
Things might be stuck on glue, or 
incredibly he^vy or even made of 
ice. To make life easier, there are 
wariou$ things dotted around to help 
you shift block$, such as tractor 
beams and teieporters. 

FinST iMPPESSlONS: \i looks like 
it's going lo be a lot of fun. The only 
game I can think oS that was anything 
like this is the old Hewson game 



Anarchy, which was incredibly 
addictive at the best of times, and it 
looi<s hke this could be just ais excit- 
ing, Weil have a full review next 
issue so, as Shaw Taylor would $ay: 
"keep 'em peeled," 




CYBERGAMES 

Cyberpunk Deve1«pmonls 



THE GAMEPLAY: Us a beat em up, 
bul is being touted as (tie best and 

most violent Amiga beat 'em up ever, 
Taking a lead from popular games like 
Streetfighisf 2, Mortal Kinnbai and 
even ths classic C64 title Barbarian, 
and mixing them all togettier, this 
could well be the game to knock the 
console market down to size, 

BEHtND THE SC£«£S: This is the 

Ursl title from new Swedish team 
Cyberpunk Developments, a two 
man team made up of Bjorn 
Fogelberg and Johan Lundin, bas^d 
in the wilds of Angelholm, They 
haven't worked on anything else 
before, so there's nothing really al 
all to report. 

WHArS NEW: The misture of kick- 
ing and punching with swordplay 
maks the game far more like the 
Palace game Barbarian ihar\ any 
thing else, but the fact that every 



successful blow 
earns you 
money adds an 
element of 
Elfmsnia. The 
one new point 
is the inclusion 
of a Cybershop, 
where you can 
upgrade your 
weapons, as 
well as buy 
more energy and 
some missile obiects 
too. You also aren't 
limited to fighting on 
the ground hand to 
Tiand. There's a 
monkey bar along 
the lop of the 




screen you can climib across, as well 
as being able to summon mystery 
weapons, which stick out of the floor 
and walls and seriously damage 
your opponent. 

FIRST IMPRESSiOHS; 
e've seen an early 

playabie version d the 
game, and while the 
actual control remains 
to be refined, the basic 
game isn't bad at all, A 
lot of thought has gone 
into the amount of 
moves each player can 
do, along with the variety 
of ways they can tight- It 
remains to be seen 
whether or not a playable 
game comes of it, but we'll 
let you see when we 
review it in the next 
issue or so. 



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^^ *'" THE SCENES: MsgaraceUa.s been coded, drawn and d&signed by Cryo, (he 
: team who are also work- 
uosJEcfen for Virgin Interactive 
£ - , ^aintnenr. If Psygnosis nesd a 
kicnger to ihe 3D renderinig crown, 
" ■s are the people to wate^ 

TS NEW: Ttie visuals are abso- 
urbeli@vable. Like Itie 3 DO titlie 
And Bum, all olf the back- 

. including the track, are 

lered and spcHjIed ofl the CD 3S you race. Only your sprite and the otber care 
^--■'ated Ijy the computer, which makes for an incredibly realistic looking game, 
. . howev/eF, has to be the Intro sequertce. where Lance Boyle, the host of the 
^troduces the programme with you as the star! 

WPflFSSroWS,- Stunning. We've seen a single car race around all of the 
and it has to be said that the whole thirtg loOltS incredibly realislic. Like 
■srT7, and Ihe ill fated Novgi$Sorfn, it has Ihat 'must have' feel to it. If you are 

irne that gives you a reason to- buy a CD32, then this could well be it, Look 

'ewiew neift issue. 






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f^^odkiol Manoger tafea h ifie bllow-up adaptalwn to tv 

Mumlsf 1 HH Tactical Mowger ■ ifie most neolisHc and 

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MtfKige Wilan, Inlw, ?mma, Juvenlus, Sampdoria, lorino, RonWf 
laiio, Nopdi., Fiorenlina ond Genoa plus nil iii olhsr tsoms in 
Serie A dnd Swis B. 

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dimpko, Luigi F^raris, S, Oelle Alpi. ^t hiori W |B ;< 8) dif- 
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do battle for /our cash at the one time 
of year Ihey are sure you aclualEy 
nave it. And looWng at these games it 
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pocket a fair chunk of those readies. 
I^espite rumours of a 'bad year" for Amiga games, and 
ComfnodOre's recent pretJicament, we haven't really seen a 
dire shortage of software this summer. There certainly 
seems to be enough in development for Chrisimas too, even 
if it's rrot as mucti as prewfous years. Adding to all this good 
news Ocean have announced a developmeril and put>lish- 
ing deaf with Electronic Arts which has more than doubled 
the amount of products on their Christmas release schedule 
- a deal which included Juf^Se Strike, PGA TavrGoff, 
Mu(ant League Hockey and Shaq Fu. Throw DIDs TFX into 
this cauldron along with the Rolierblading conversion 
Skitchin and an original Ocean platlomner Mighty Max anii 
you've got the ingredients for -success. 



Price; £25.99 (Ainiga) 

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With eight full price Amiga games planned for 
release by Christmas of this year Ocean Software 
are taking their role as the UK's largest publisher 
seriously. Alan Dykes examines the evidence. 



MUTANT LEAGUE HOCKEY 





Price: t25.9S (A5mJ.'A6Q0) 

Release date: October 

Have you ever watched ice hockey on TV? Pretty violent eh? 1/Vell this is nothing like it - it's 
even worse. Of course it doesr?'t matter if these poor creatures get mangled up, after all 
they're jusi mulanis, right? 

Mutant League, for those who haven't seen it on other formats, is rather like Brutal Sports 
Footttafl, except better. In fact it's a pretty good ice hockey simulation, tull stop. It contains 23 
teams wtisch consist of aihletically gifted but derariged lunatics and in play, against eilher the 
computer or a friend, you can pick up all manner of dangerous objects to throw at the oppos- 
ing team. In time honoured ice hockey fashion it's not just a matter ol playing the puck, 
Mutant League also involves Usticuffs and several other violent cuffs too. Andjusf to make 
sure you don't miss out on anything there is an adion replay facility, allowing you to see that 
last goal or maiming incident. 

EA have a superb reputation for their sports sims and hopefully this wil! come across in 
the conversion pnocess. Mutant League is an ideal two-player game and the At 200 version 
should be fast enough to prove to the corisoie buffs that the Amiga is still a force to be 
feckon-ed with. More news soon. 



[Would you involve Chris Eubank in a Tennis game? Hmm, 

j This was my first question when I realised that the Shaq of the titlte is in fact 
none other than Shaquille O'Neill, of Orlando basketball fame. How was I. 

•an un-strsetwise London lad, to know that he is also famous as a martial 
artist - and rapper too apparently? Good (or him. And good for us too 

^ because it means that yet another beat 'em up is winging its way towards 

lour machines this Christmas. 

I really shouldn't need to describe the basics of the game to to you, but 
kx posterity's sake I wiH; It's for one or two players. No surprises here. Vou 
can choose one of eight fighters including Shaq. Nope, none here either. 
Ea^ character has individually tuned special moves and there are !ots of 

^^Klocations to fight in, all around the world. Nothing strange here either. 

H^WKl there is a tournament mode or simple one on one fighting. There 
l»Bgo, Shaq Fu. Different eh? 

For all Amigas ar>d GD32, Shag Fu is still in very early stages of devel- 
llpment. but (hen it's only barely ready on other lormats, via EA, at this 
wage. Ocean are working fulf steam ahead witti the licence and are deter- 
Ttined to get it out by Christmas. On name alone it promises to be a big one, 
and wttfi no sign yet of Monat Komb3t fl for ttie Amiga, starved heat 'em up 
fans wHI no doubl lap it up. 



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Price: £25.39 tA500,'600) 
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Release Date: October 

Tweet, iweet. Silence, Ah yes, that's wtiat I love about golf, the peace and 
quiet of it all, the sense of well being and control, of one-ness with your sur- 
roundings. PGA Tour has always offered me this sort of escape, bul usually 
in America. Now thanks to Ocean and EA ! can enjoy t9 hofes in my own 
back yard, welt, so to speak - ie Europe. The courses available include ones 
in England (Wentworih), France (NGC Paris) and and Spain (Valderrama) , 
arxf they have (he weaihei" conditions to match ihe sort of climate each 
country has. As usual there are pro contenders to slog it out with and a vari- 
ety of chaitenges, including sudden death and match play. 

Once again an enhanced graphics AGA version will be available for not 
much more cash (certainly rtot much more when you compare the price to 
other formats) and all versions will have updated sound effects to 
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Release date: November '94 
The one Ihal Talmost got away. PotenUally Ocean's bigg&st fi&h: of frie year, and 
the longest awaited. Thay've been pramising thiis lor the best part of twelve 
months now and aiinal release date, late November {that's 1994 folks), has finally been conlirrned. For Ihose not alive lasl year when the PC version swept 
ttie charts, TfX is the flight sim to end all Hight Sims. The title stands for Tactical Fighter experiment and the game gives /ou the opportunity !o !ly, in combat 
missions over what are still topical regions of the globe, one of three fighter-bombers. Only one ol these, Itie F117A, 'better known as the Stealth Bomber, is 
actually in produclion at the moment, both ot the others, the Eurofighter EOOD and Locheed F22 do actually exist in prototype form, as aircraft of the tuture. 
ITS a similar sort of scenario to Wing Cofnmandsr only much, much better ifi terms of both graphics (AGA only graphics), control and realism. Because of 

the AGA graphics and the need for speed TFX wilt only 
be available for the A1200, which should also avoid 
Wing Commander's deatiiiy slow pace, 

There promises to be over 5 million square kilome- 
tres of bitmapped landscapes, witli 1 20 pre-set 
missiorrs, in live war Eones; Somalia, Colombia, 
Yugoslavia, Libya and, er, the South Aflantic^?). TFX 
promises to offer something tor all types of player with 
options to plaj/ an 'arcade' style game wbere you don't 
have to worry too much about the planes themselves, 
just enjoy some (hopefully) fast paced; action, or a 'full 
military simulation' ie, a moi^ tradilional flight sim 
w;here a working knowledge of the real dynamics of air- 
craft flight h necessary, 

We hope to have either a review or a more in-depth 
preview of TFX neat month bm if it ends up anything 
like the PC version, rFXwill be the most significant 
Amiga game of Ihe year. It's also likely to be the most 
speed and memorv hyngry - arwi most expensive- 

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Not much is being ireleased about Mighty Max a\ the moment, even tliough 
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a platform arcader with a cute, branded character based on a top-selling 
Afreriean toy, A one or two player gaiiie wilh $imultaneou5 on-soreen con- 
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Price: £25.99 (A&O0'eWl> 

£27.99 (At 2D0) 

Release date: November '94 



Skrtchin is an arcade roller Wading game that involves winning races against 
ruthless opponents on the wild streets of urban America. Anything goes in 
the quest fof success, including tagging lifts frori cars, performing gtunts 
and knobbling yoijr gpponents with various street weapons, collectable on 
the route. At the end of a race, if you'ne in the money,, yOU can upgrade 
your kit. 

Another console conveision., Stiitchin looks like a rather unusual ooinbi- 
nation qf fighting and racing and aHhougii I personally iitidn't like it very 
much on the other formats I'll reserve judgement untiH see ttie final version 
of this one. 



Tyrants oUhe world beware! Electronic Arts invented a new 

genre with Desert Strike, and have followed, up the original, lan 
Mega Drive, with Jungle Strike and now Urban Strike. OK, so 
we're stiti behind them but, well, wJio care*? It's coming. Jungkt 
Strike is simple: Destroy some more baddies. Lots more in lact 
The son of ifie ewi[ dictator you should tiave eventually killed in 
Desert Strike is back in aclion in the jungles of Soulti America, 
and seeking to rever^ge the death Of his lather at the hands of 
the imperialist American scum. 

Heedless to say you play the imperialist American scum, 
piloting an imperialist American scum Commanche attack heli- 
copter, packed with imperialist American scum air to ground 
missil&s and cannon. You've also got the choice Ol three other 
inodes of transport including Stealth Fighter aifid bovercialt. The 
action takes place at night, during the day, in mountains, over 
the jungle and over the sea, There are nine campaigns, each of 
which has a minimum of six levels. Due out for ail formats in late 




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^tober it will feature AGA enhanced graphics on the AlSQO and CD32. H 
control method promises to be the same as the previous version and the ani 
malion as smooth. Unfortunately I haven't l>een able to play the Amiga 
version at drst hand yet, but from what I can see so far it's at least as good 
as the Mega Drive version. 



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now than ever before - cule- 
ness. Bubble N' Squeak, f^U^t W 
Tumble. Brian The Lion. Kid CfjaoS 
and now Bubblegun. In (he gooAbad 
old days, the emphasis was on fan- 
tasy an, with games like Shadow Of 
The Beast and Baftsrian, and now 
that the Amiga market has grown up 
we are bombarded wrttn small char- 
acters with wild haircuts and garish 
outfits, Hrtng oversized weaponry at 
oversijed enemy sprites thai, let's 
face it, don't look iik*! they could hyrt 
a Ity. The only sa^^ing grace wifr 
these gbviousi)' console inspired 

Th* e'0*9ed eyes say it all, ThI* Is one 
erooodlle wtn h>aE ni> id^a wMal Is going on, 



games is that they've been 
damn good. With the possi- 
ble ejfception of Butblegun, 

ttiat Is 

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Th? story behind 
Bubblegun Is a simple one, 
You are a amall crocodile 
with a gun thai can tire bubbles 

(hence the inspired name) who is 
trapped in a castle and has to find 
their way to freedom. Quite why they 
are trapped m a ca&lle, or 
why they are oarrying 
a large gurt, or 
ind:eed why they 
are trying to 
escape isn't 
made 
clear at 
any point, 
but then 
who really 
takes any 

notice of game plots 
these days? 

What you are left with 
is a very basic platform 
game, where you begin 
SQirewtiere in the middle 
of a four-way scrolling maze. CJotled 
around the maze are a variety of 
objects, such as points bonuses, 
energy bonuses and time bonuses, 
but the most important things to look 
out for are sections of keys. You can 
carry three Items at once, and there 





are three sections to each coloured 
key, so it isn't too much trouble to 
build up a ccumpleie key. Once you 
have the key built, all you need to do 
is find the chest with a ccloured lock 
thai Tiatches it. Open the lock and 
fruit and gems fall ouL it you're feaHy 
lucky, a block with 'E)?lt' written on it 
will appear, This 1$ the key that 
opens the level eRlt, and is the one 
thing you are looking for, 

POINTLESS 

Pos&ihiy the most point- 
less thing in Ihe game 
is the Bubtlegun 
itsell. When you 
start Ihe 
game, you 
have the 
gun and 
three pel- 
lets for it. and 
more pellets oan 
be collected around 
each iev^L Ofioe 
you've fired all 
three of your pel- 
lets, the gun is 
fendered useless, and you 
have no other means of attack, so 
you have lo be very sparing in your 
Hiring of the weapon. The problem is 
that the bubbles that yom fire travel 
almost no distance at all, so you 
have to be quite close to the ihing 
you're firing at- Also, you have no 
way of tellirig which creatures are 
affected by the bubbles and which 
are not, so you don'l aclually know 
when you're firing whether or not you 
are going to waste a pellet Mind you, 
if the shot actually connects, and the 
enemy you connect with is one that 
can tie caught, the creature is 
encased in tjubble^um, and you can 
jump on them to burst them. {yud<!) 
and collect the bonus objects that 
they leave behind. 

The controls are a little too fiddly 
for my liWng. The character slides 
along rather tlian have any real con- 
tact with the ground, and while it's 
nice to tiave a smooth animation of 
ttie character 
turning to face 
the other direc- 
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the game, 

Bvbblsgun is a weak title, that 
lacks the class and polish o1 any of 
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lose their seat. You've got 
to lose your mind in Deiroit 
Rtrck CHy". OK, so perhaps a very 
tengoys Sink with an old KISS song 
isn't the best way to start a review, 
but as it's has been swirling round 
and round in my head since I started 
playing the game, I just needed 1o tell 
someone about it. 

After I he success of Bullfrog's 
Theme Park, the buzzword at the 
moment is business simulations. Out 
the door go flight sims and combat 
Sims and in oomes accounts, market- 
ing and producing consumer gijods. 
Impressions already tned this a while 
back with thetr airline management 
simutation Air Bucks and didn't h:1o 
too badly with, ii, bultt^is time aroorwJ 
il seems as though they have really 
hit ihe nail on the head. 



the plans lor a single car - the Model 
One. From this position you have to 
create the automated modern world, 
which isn't easy considering you 
actually start in the year 1908, when 
the roads are full of horse-drawn car- 
riages and the car is a completely 
new concept. The overaii aim is to 
make it all the way to the 21 si cen- 
tury, developing new hardware and 
custom options as you go along. 



making more money all ttie time and 
generally irying to Keep ahead of the 
other three car mangfacturers. all of 
whom are fighting for that lead posi- 
tion too. I know it sounds 
horrendously complicated, and it 
seems itke you'll just hawe too much 
to do at once, but bear with me 
while I explain, 

There are really only five screens 
for you to work in. The first one youTI 
come across is the administrative 
office, where' all your hiring and firing 
is done, among other things. In order 
to get things moving you will need 
stafi and it's here that you recruit 
technicians and assenffbiy workers 
(provided there are enough available) 
and assign them to various tasks. For 
example, there are seven major 
areas ol design in a car (tjodywork, 
engine, suspension, cooling, brakes, 
luxury (terns and comfort items) any 
ot which you can assign technicians 
to design. Obviously, the more tech- 
nicians you assign to a task, the 
faster you will get results. Similarly, 



you can assign assemblers to any c 
the six production lines in a factory, 
and you will receive a larger return 
Irom having more stalf on the line. 
However, having loads of staff costs 3 
lot of money, and you have lo make 
sure you have a genuinely good 
product to be able to support such 
high overheads. 

FROM A HAT 

Once you have your office aind factory 
up and running, you have lo come up 
with a product. For the first year, you 
aren't going to be able to build any- 
thing new, simply because your 
lechnicians will need that first year ic 
start developing new kit for you to 
play with. As a result, your first year 
in business is all about making loads 
of cash, and to do this you have so 
make an-d sell cars, The first real 
decision is where to sell the cars. As 
the game has been made as auths'" 



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De!rost\s all about empire building 
(as opposed to Err pi re State Building 
- ha ha). More specifically it's about 
building an empire frorn selling oars ^ 
la Henry Ford, bul there's a lot more 
to It than just that. Vou begin the 
game with one sales office, one fac- 
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ic as possible, you alr&ady know 
tiattti^re is little poinl in trying to 
sel your wares in places like South 
Amenca and Australia in 1&08„ but 
thcfe i$ 3 markel in the more devel- 
oped pang of the United States and 
Norttiern Europe, so tliat's where 
you open your sales offices. Then 
you hav9 to S9t your mgrkeling 
strategies, deciding hovt much you 
are going to spend in each sales 
area on advertising in magazinies, 
newspapers, billboards, TV, Radio 
and any other media that might 
Oecorna available as time goes on. 
When $elling any product you need 
!o buiid awareness, so be prepared 
10 spend quite a bit on advertising. 
The last thing you need to do is 
sel the price o( the ear, and to see 
tiow you should be pricing it. you 
nted to go back to the admirs office 
and check your office reports. Here 
you can view almost any aspect of 
the game, from how much profit your 
oortipetitors are making to the esti- 
mated market demand lor your cars 
woftctwide. You can also find out 
exactly how much you opposition's 
car$ are selling for in various parts of 
the world, and adjust your market 
Strategy accordingly. 

COWBOY BUILDERS 

The real secret ol the game, however, 
has to be the car design iiself. Don't 
worry tliough, you won't need a 
degree in automotive engineering. At 
the start you are given a set Of blocks 
10 work with, from t)0dy shapes to the 
various irit^mal parts of the car, from 
which you have to try and buikJi Ihe 
most eifciting, inspiring and 'must 
have' vehicle ever seen, Once you 
have created your ideal car, yOu can 
choose Ifie colour, give it a name and 
buiW a prololype. which you can (hen 
test for speed, braking and road han- 
dling, at the erKi of which you are 
given a percentage score for the car - 
the higher the better. 

It all comes with the standard 
C)uality of Impressions packaging, 
with iwo game manuals, a cheat canJ 




to get you going plus a concise his- 
tory of the motor car through the 
years, just to give you some idea of 
how the maifket has developed^ in. 
real life, which you can apply to your 
game strategy. It isn't often that a 
company puts this much effort into 
their packagir^^ and it really does 
add 10 the quality of the game. Three 
cheers, 1 say. 

Deifoil looks great, as you can 
see, with watercolour images making 
up all of ihe screens. Unfortunately, 
the game doesn't have the anima- 
tions o( the PC version, but because 
the only part ol the game that actu- 
ally uses this is the testing screen, 
which isn't complelely necessary, 
this failing is not much of a problem. 

EASf OFUSE 

Playing D&tfoit is actually very easy. 
The layout of the progrann is logical 
enough to leave you with little reason 
to refer lo the manual. Everything is 
.accessible from the mouse or key- 
board, and there are more than 
enough shortculs lo get you to what 
you want with the minimum of elfort. 
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chedtlist ol all the available things 
you can do in the game, with licks by 
all the things you have actually done. 
This serves as a handy remirkcker for 
things you may have forgotten to do, 
so that you don't end up losing the 
game simply by being forgetful. 

Deiroii is an excellent game. The 
nicest thing about it is the fact that 
Impressions have taken a topic 
which should inspire many, and 
presented it in a way which is 




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playing while simple enough to 
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few others can, then this is the one 
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Everybody loves a gbod space exploration 
game, and tKanks to Grandslam, there's 
one more to ptay with. Matt Broughton 
packs some extra sausages and heads off 
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community; self suHicient, 
stable and free from con- 
flict and disease. Having 
adiidv&d a technical level 
to rival that ot your ances- 
tors, the people of New 
Earth have, rtot surpris- 
ingly, decided that It's lime 
make contact with their 
parent planet onc& again, 
and a* President of New 
Earth, it has t>een put to 

you to lead this glorious 

expedition to Earth. 



By the end of the 26th century, 
man was reaching out to the- 
star$ like never before. 
Erwrmous colony ships were sent out 
to the furthest reaches of the gala;<y 
to search for Eanh-type planets. 

After many many years of explo- 
ration, one of these ships discovered 
a likely system and traveHed nearer 
to claim it in the name of human-kind. 
Unfortunately, a collision with an 
unohartered asteroid field damaged 
the warp generators, and though the 
ship arrived safely at the new star 
system, the slress ol deceleration 
caused the generators to expkxJe, 
leaving the crew to escape using 
safety pods, Most didn't imgke it, and 
those (hat did were laced with an 
awesome task; to build a new colony 
-■a Mew Earth. 

PRESENT DAY 

Well, that's all history now. The date 
is 2527 and New Earth is a thriving 

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'SWIY 
COMMSS? 

Ydu Start the game as a fone leader, 
charged with the task of creating not 
only a technically advanced explo- 
ration farce, bul one able to defend 
itself against any hostile beings 
encountered along the way. To do 
this you need to cat! upon the ser- 
vices of a number of advisors, each 
an expert in their own field. There 
are four areas to he covered; devel- 
opment, lighting, building, and 
piloting, and each offers three likely 
counsellors. Fairly obviously, the 
more expensive the staff, the higher 
the >evel of skill they display — 
which becomes very important onee 
yoy Stan to really develop in your 
level of technology. 

A major pan ol your strategy lies 
in the research and development of 
new technologies, along with the 
e5(plo ration of n&w worlds for coloni- 
sation and mining 
{absolutely neces- 
sary if you want raw 
/naterials for your 
projects). In this 
way. you cover your 
losses and expand 



your personal 'empire' and SUbse- 
"quent base of operations. 

Reunion takes a lot more 
explaining than I can hope to do on 
a single page, but suffice it to say 
(and this is a severely inadequate 
summary) Beunfon Is a very clever 
mixture of Strategy and planning, 
wilh a bit of God-sim-ness in there 
10 boot. Time and money must be 
spent on exploration and collecting 
minmg produce, but 
never at the risk ol 
falling behind in 
technology or mili- 
tary might. 

Some invenUons 
will only be 'fhcught 
of once you've come 
up against a specific 
problem, so, lor 
instance, you're not 
likely to come up with 
a translator until 
you've actually encountered an alien 
race. You will also find that some of 
the aforefTientioned aliens are willing 
to help you advance, which can, if 
dealt with correctly, save you a lot of 
time and effort. 

The player interface is friendly 
and well thought oul, giving the 
playef a number ot different ways to 
access the same area ol he game. 
a& weSI as letting the user move his 
attention between different forces, 
planets and (^aft,.and . . er etc. 



initially, there's just not enough to do 
'you'll probably have one game of 
Reunion wtiere you make all the 
wrong decisions, and generally cock- 
up all over the place, but once you do 
know what to do, there's a iot of sit- 
ting about waiting for things to 
develop. You can fast forward time, 
but itien you ultimately suffer, as pre- 
cious minerals remain on distant 
planets, uncollected. 

Reunion is a clever, interesting 
and absorbing game, but doesn't 
quite collect a classic rating because 
of its anti-floppy speed and the lack o 
pressure timing that, say, K240has. 
However, if you're a hard drive ownei 
who likes good, long exploration 
adventures though, this could t>e rigfli 
up your valley. <^ 

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«r4 up ig*inst liial aMen tiorde was a bad Idea, 





Unfortunately (I'm sure you thought il 
was too good to l>e true) Heunion is a 
nightmare to play unless you've got a 
hard drive. Even with an A1200 and 
an external drive (which is how I 
played it for most of the lime) the disk 
swapping is hell. I realise that 
Grandslam are trying lo push the 
Amiga and bring us nice PC-style 
games, bul I'd advise this only to the 
paftent people out there. 

The other criticism ihat Td level 
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RIP! 



Gremlin have held the Amiga racing game crown for 
some time now but will they hold on to it with a console 
conversion? Tony Dillon gets behind the wheel and 
goes "brummmm". (Actually he can't really drive). 



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IHhers is one mainstay tlial 
Gremiirt Graphics is famous tor, it 
has to be the racing game. 
Supercars, Lotus. Nigel ManseSland 
others have aiways tseen tlie secret 
of their success. Most people thought 
tliat Lotijs 2 arid 3 wer$ the definitive 
Amiga racing games and even Gore 
Design's superb Jaguar XJ220 
couldn't topple the Sheffield raoers. 
Iiom the top of the pile. Which is why 

1 find il so interesting that they should 
leei the need to convert a SMES rac- 
ing game, and nol a particularly good 
one at that, to the Amiga. Still, my lot 
isn't fo reason why. ( You're right, it's 
to get on with the revi$wf - Ed) 

STANDARD START 

As you may have guessed, Top Gear 

2 is a racing game, and to tie honest 
it's a pretly standard one 
at thai. You simply 
have to race annund 
ttie world in a league ^ 
against 1 S other |. Gv 




drivers, through various weather con- 
ditioris. with the aim of coming first 
every time. Naturally, your car goes 
faster than all ihe others, yet it 
seems to have tremendous difficulty 
in grippimg ttie road on a comer, and 
so you have a far harder time actu- 
ally completing a lap ot any given 
course than the other drivers on the 
road. Sound famiiliar? 

As well as receiving champi- 
on ship points at the end of each 
race, you also receive ar^ amount of 
money reflecting your final position. 
This cash is accumulated over a 
number of races, and can be spent 
before each one on adjustments and 
improvements to your car. 

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engine, or add better lyres (or Wet 
Tyres (or races in the rain), and if you 
like you can even give your 

S^BHB^ car a respray, free of 
*W charge, for those ot you 
^ I who don t like the default 
J colours or just fancy a 
^^^ shockingi pink race car. 

There are three levels 



for each upgrade and 
as usual the best costs 
the most. As you can 

probably tell by now, this 
game isn't exactly packed full 
of siJjpfises. 

HIHDSIGHT 

Playing this ^ame. you realise what it 
was that made the Lotus tniogy as 
popular as ttiey were - smooth ani- 
mation and a nice, solid and 
resportsive feel to the car. Although 
the update of the track and objects is 
running in a frame most of ihe time {ii 
comes down to about three frames 
when rain or any other conditions are 
overiaid onto the screen), the game 
just doesn't look anywhere near as 
smooth as its predecessors. This is 
really down to the fact that the scal- 
ing on all ca^rs is terrible. You are 
given no real sense of distance or 
perspective simply because the com- 
petition go from being the same size 
as your automobile to dots on the 
horizon in about five steps, which just 
isn't acceptaljJe these days. 

Also, the game just doesn't teei 
right. The car is quite slow to 
respond most of the time, and you 
end up fighting the controls more 
often than not, where you should 
actually be in tune with the game 
itself- 1 know it might sourid like a 
load of hippy nonsense, but the key 
to this kiFKi ot gaiTie is when you 
lorgel about how you're conifolling 
the game and just play it intuitively, 
er, use the force as it were, 

At the end ot the day. Top Gear 2 
it a real let down. It's an adequate 
racing game, with no frills, but it 
really just does not match up to 
Gremlin's glorious past. For those of 
you who have never played a racing 
game before it's worth a look. If, 
however, you've already played 
games such as Lotus or Jaguar 
XJ220 -avoKi. <3jt 





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tharfghl. 

■ know thai I've said it before, but 
this game has to win llie award 
for having the strangest plot ever 
Ct&vised. Ruff {who is the young fair 
haired boy of th& title) enters a fan- 
tasy world after playing near a 
mysterious rabbit warren, When his 
marble rolls down a tunnel, he laaps 
at the chance to be transported to 
another world to battle with the evil 
Df Destiny and his Tinhead army. 
Armed with a wariety of waapons. 
Ruff battles through four worlds and 
1 6 levels to defeat his enemy. Weird 
or what? 

As you can tell Ifom the screen- 
shots, or if youVe already taken a 
sneaky look at the genre box in thd 
verdict panel. Ruff W Tumble is a 
plattorm game. What you won't be 
able to tell from the screenshots is 
that it's a platform game in a class 
of its own, It doesn't look like it 
should be on a console, (t isn't even 
remotely cute in its handling of 
weapons, It's extremely violenl. Vou 
donl kill enemy sprites purely by 
leaping on 
their 



heads, no there's a lot 

more to it. But more on 

that later. 

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SPREAD 

The game is spread 

out over four worlds; 
forest, caves, factory 
and Dr Destiny's 
Castle, with each world 
being made up of four 
huge levels. The aim 
on each level is always 
the same, however, 
which is to collect a 
large amount of marbles of all differ- 
enl colours, a set amount of which 
must be picked up before the esit to 
the next level is opened. 

Naturally enough, when you 
reach the end of the world, you have 
to go against a giant gprite in the 
guisa of an end-ol-ievei monster. 
There are coins dotted all around 
the levels too, a hundred of which 
guarantee the player an extra life, 
along with all manner of other bonus 
objects which just increase the 
player's score. 

This is nothing really new here 
but what does make Ruff W Jumbie 
special is that it i$ an extremely 
playable and polished product. 
Jason Perliins (axJe) and Robin 
Levy (graphics), have managed to 
create what could almost be 
described as tha perfect blend of 
platform game action and a shoot 
'em up. -Like I said, you <fon't jump 
on ttie bad guys, and you don't get 
to be cute at any point, 'What you do 
get is to go up against som^ fairly 
mean robots who will do everything 
from headbutt you in the stomach to 
driving a drill through you, and you 
also get to carry a very large 




What's this? Renegade are 
releasing another platform 
game, and claiming it's 
the best ever? Tony 
Dillon investigates with a 
raised eyebrow. 






H* m»y have a culB haifcut, and perhaps his «heieky flrln dO«srt'l give yma the ImpfHSBlDn that 
h«'$ » lull or) Killing mochins, bul RuH rBE«a wiltt a detemUnatlon Ihll Jniny fin«j hard Id molch. 



guri'. But that's csrtly part of the fun. 

Wlien you start the game, you 
have a fairly weedy weapon. Collect 
a couple of power-ups and your 
puny tittle pop gun can be'turned 
into a rapi^d firing machine assault 
rifle with enough kick to saw a 
house in half. But that's not the 
good pari. The good part is when 



you get to coflect some of the other 
weapons in the game, such as the 
laser pulse rifle or, best of all, tl^e 
Itame thrower. I can't explain why. 
but tbere is something about swing- 
ing a stream of fire around the 
screen, wiping out everything in 
sight that is just so satisfying. (I'm 
getting worrit about Tony - Ed.) 



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The thirig ihal really slrikes me 
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which have appeared on the PD 
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superior to their non-interactive TV 
counterpart, simply because you 
have some cgntroi over what goes 
Oft. A year ago. Audiogenic released 
Graham Gooch World CSass Cricket, 
a game which was widely acclaimed 
for combining a d»ec>ent game engine 



along wi|h believable graphics and 
sound effects. Always a winning 
combination, I lind, 

Now, ihe satne company has 
Teleased a special Test Match edition 
of the game, to coincide with, er^ the 
Test Matcti between England and 
South Africa (which is probably over 
by Itne time yoy read this, inciden- 
tally). The improvements are few, but 
the game presumably warrants an 
update anyway simply because itiis 
is a new cricket season, bringing in 
new names, faces and, of course, 
the South African test siete, so long 
out of world cricket. 

Gaocti Cnctef has a compreherv- 
si^fe database of world cricket, 
pulling in ail sons ol data which 
doesn't just include player's nanrKes, 
but also their abilities and strengths 
- so you quickly find out which bats- 
men are the strongest, and where to 
place t>ie holders for the best 
results. For this bit you really need a 
working knowledge of cricket, but 
the computer does help you along 







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which means I hat even beginners 
sflon pick up the basic r^jies {silly 
mid-offs, bowling maiden ovefs, that 
sort of thirtg). 

The Test Match edition, as well as 
being more difficult than the original, 
also includes a long list of actual 
matches which are saved half-way 
through so yOu can continue from 
where ihey left off - a bit like -What 
happened nest?* Irom A Question of 
SpOfX, except you get complete 
control. Some of the mosi popular 
test matches [apparency) are saved, 
including the recent West Indies vs 
Erigland in Antigua (wtiere Brian 
Lara scored his record-breaking 375 
runs), and the perhaps less well- 
known England vs Australia in "| 90£. 
Yes, well , , , 

Thankfully, even though 
Audiogenic has built a good simula- 
tion, the actual in-game -graphics are 
great- Huge sprites torn the bowler, 
batsmen and in-tieiders, so the game 
looks like a coin-op rather than a 
computer sim. which should satisfy 
the less cncket-knowledgeable 
among you. Gooch Cficket really is 
cricket for the masses, because it 
has something to satisfy everybody, 
and only some pretty tengthy disk 
loading to work against it. As a one- 
player game the Amiga iputs up quite 
a good! tight [depending on the qual- 
ity of the teams being played), but, 
like most sports games, it's best 
played with two people. 

And hey, even the presentatiori's 
good, so while setting up the many 
options in-between matches isn't 

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It's interesting to note that, 
although US Gold v/&re pleased 
as punch about g&tting the official 
licence to the World Cup held in the 
United Stales a little earlier thi^s year, 
they didn't actually release the prod- 
uct for tiid Amiga unlil the event was 
well and tnily over, Obviously this 
Only camg about due to prograirinnir»g 
slippage, as often happens, but it's 
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the celling points of the 
game is that (as the flash 
across the Ijox pro- 
claims) ft contains a tree 
souvenir wallchart, in 
whidi you can fill in itie 
results of the matches 
you hni&hgd watching a 
few finonths ago, Still, 
nobody bijys a game 
purely on the strength of 
the name, so Set's Ijrush 
all that aiside and talte a 
look at the product itself. 

Naturally, it's an 
arcade soccer game, 
along the lines of everythirig trom 
Kick Off' to Microprose Soccer ~ a 
field that ha£ been more than ade- 
quately tailored tor recently with Ijttes 
like Empire Soccer and Sierra 
Soccer. Unfortunately, itjustdoesnt 
Hsome anywhere near as good as 
eiBier. Empire Soccefis fun. Sierra 
Soccer is fast, World Cup is bordering 
on unplayaWe. TJie control method is 
awful, with your players scooting 




Oh d«9r, not only is the pams too lil« l»r 
tht World Cup, it's not vtry gHd t-Hh^r. 

about at such a high speed it's almost 
completely impossibl* to do anything 




with the ball. 
TTie ball n>ove 
ment is jerky 
andurkconvinC' 
ing, and there 
is almosi no 
sign ol com- 
puter intellig- 
ence at all. A 
bench test 
showed that 
the computer 
players did the 
same thing 
lirom kick off five tifres in a row - 
three diagonal runs and then a &hol 
that goe$ nowhere near the goal. 
The worst thing about the game 
is the menu syst&m al the 
start. Surely football games 
have evolved far enough to 
have a menu that you can use 
without referring to the manual 
Maybe US Gold see this col- 
lection of meanir^gless icons as 
a bit of a probtem, or they 
wouldn't have ctevoted almost 
all ol the manual to explaining 
wtiat it IS. Basically, World Cup 
is a big let down. 



Tony Dillon 



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Gulp! is ICE'S first release since 
the rather ilJ-fated Total 
Carnage, and it's nice to see 
that it's actually a reasonably good 

game, As 
you can 
probably 
tell from 
the 

screen- 
shots, it's 
gotar> 
awful lot 
to do with 




lish. To capture the essence 
of Gulp in a nutshell, ii's 
Lemmings underwater, but 

with much more interaction 
with the background. 

The aim of each level is to 
get a certain number of fish 
from the inlet pipe to the exit, 
while avoiding everything if 
possible. The player is allo- 
cated a certain number Of 
'morphs', which can be 
aipplied to any fish you care to 
mention. By selecting one of 

these special abilities and clioKing 

on a fish, you can 

change them 

from their usual 

physical appear- 
ance to 

everythir>9 from 

walls to torpe- 
does. These 

different abilities 

are used to get 

past various 

obstacles within 

the game, and of 




course you only have just enough of 
each to actually get you to the end 
of the level. Tactics is the name ol 
the game here. 

The levels are large, and fairly 
intricately laid out. Most people wilt 
find Gy/p.' incredibly hard lo play for 
the first hour or two, simply because 
there is so much to watch out lor. 




and so much goirig on alonoe. 
Thankfully, you are able to pause th€ 
game and scroiil around the map, so 
you shouldn't find it too much trouble 
planning your route; it's just the exe 
culion that's the hard part. 

Gulp! isn't a bad game at all, 
Althouigh it sometimes can get very 
contused on scra<eii. there are some 
really nice ideas in there. It won't 
hook everyone. In fact, I don't even 
think it will hook everyone who liked 
Lemmings. You'll either love h wiih a 
passion, or you'll play it once and 
never look at it again, it's a time-hor 
oured statemant, but I think with this 
one you're really going to have to try 
before you buy. 



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It's been a long time coming, but Andy Nuttall 
reckons that the all-new Armour'Geddon 2 was 
worth the wait. No, really. 



What is it about Aimonr- 
Gsddon 2 that I find so 
maddeningly addictive? On 
tlie one tiand it's a kind of extentted 
fliglit Sim, using all. the known 
M:icroProse-slyle techniques to make 
ytiu beli&ve ycu're actually in the air 
{Of rolling along the grouixl, should 
you be commanding one of ttie many 
ground craft available). On ths other 
it's a sheer lest ol nerve and reflexes, 
(i& you attempt to juggle between gpn- 
trolling one craft and up to five olhers 
simultanBously. Not easy. And on (tie, 
ah, third hand, it's packed wilti strat- 
egy as you attempt 1o rid the world of 
the disgusting Hellfire. 




T*klnp out * m»untBln wltn a mlBslle? Well, It'* 

Ws Vne luture, you &ee, and Hellfire 
is an inteliigeni defence satellite which 
once threatened to cloak ih& &artti in 
a nuclear shrovd. At Ihe last rfwnienl, 
jusl helore it pressed Ihe metaphorical 
'red button', it maHundioned. and the 
Earth Defence Network (EOEN) 
brealtied a collective sigh ol n$liel. 
Now, though, it ha^ begun lis count- 
down to doom again, but this time 
EDEN, and yoy, sr^ determined to be 
ready for the onslaught. 

WHIRLYBIRD 

The idea btfi-c A"-noijr-Geddon 2 is 
to build a rocKet wrlch can destroy 
Hellfine before it does more damage. 
At your disposal you have a number 
of air and land crafi, sorrite capable of 
ftghting, some carrying cargo. 
Somehow you have to use all ol your 
resounoes to mix togelher all the avail- 
abte components from all ^lound the 
pJanel, and Create this rocket which 
Hjuld just save Earth. The HelHire's 



cunning, though, and has control of a 
whole army of fighter planes and 
ground attack vehicles, hell bent on 
Stopping your mission. However, If 
you can beat these enemies and gaiii 
control of their bases, you will capture 
e>ttra resources (and technology) all of 
which will help you create a bigger 
and much more efficient rocket. 
The vehicles at your disposal 
aren'l difficult to control {except the 
helicopter, obviously), and I reckon it's 
possible to complete the game using 
each vehicle separately. It'$ definitely 
advisable, though, to myfti-task and 
get used to controlling more than one 
at the same time, Som& of the 

iourneys you're 
likely to make will 
b$ shorter than 
others - moving 
the larger 
components of 
your rqjCket, fOf 
example, will 
need a good' long 
journey by 
land - and while 
that motors along 
the landscape 
it's useful to 
aii-oui war iBn'i ii? have at least one 
aircraft solely to defend it, against 
gnemy attack. 

Longer journeys can be set via a 
series of coordinates on the main map 
screen. The craft will then begin mov- 
ing, and make its way towards your 
marked destination. Although the 
vehicles carrying valuable cargo will 
be armour-plated, you can place guns 
and other weapons on them so that if 
they do happen to get stranded in the 
middle of the desert, al least they're 




One of the mnsl marcwuvf able w*t* I* se! arou nd tfiB ganw - ilk* 19Vt chopper lo the shiai! 




not a silting target waiting tor th& 
enemy to come along. 

FITTING THEM OIH' 

Each of the vehicles can be equipped 
with a variety of weapons and support 
kit. In addittion to the usual 
list ot lasers, there's a 
range of missiles and nice 
technksal add-ons like night- 
sights, cloaking devices 
and teleporlers, 

Qf course, as with all the best 
games ol this type, you'Tie not jUst 
handed these weapons on a plate. In 
fact, most of them are unavaiSalpte @t 
the start of the game: instead you 
have to plough money into the 
inventions screen, enabling your 
scientists to busily invent new equip- 
ment as you progress. 

The enemy is not passive though. 
It has an intelligenl strategy for dos- 
ing in on your base, knocking you out 
and saving Hellfire. This is where your 
strertgth as a strategist and tactician 
is tested. For the whole game you 
need to finely l:ialance your attention 
between defence and attack, in a way 
those familiar with Dune 2 will 
recognise. Except, ot course, Annouf 
Gsddon 2 is played out in excellent 
first-person 3D. 

Affnour-G0ddon 
2 is one ol the most 
diflkjult games I've 
ever played, but 
also one of the 
most enjoyable. I 
haven 'I been 
tempted to t3urn the 
midnight oil to finish 
it, because I think 
that's a long way 
away, but for me it's 
a game wtiich is 
nice to dip into 



every now and again. The telance 
between shoot 'em up action, strate- 
gic manoeuvres and Ihe economics of 
inventions is superb, making it an all- 
rpund game that has something lo 
satisfy everybody. '2J> 




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Psygnosis are on the budget 
rampage this month, as 
Tony Dillon discovers 
when he tries out a little 
summer madness. 



COMBAT AIR RATROL 

PSYCHOSIS £12.99 OITI HOW 




pr«»Bnt0d IH^ht HimuilllQra ever. 

Flighl simulators are a funny thing sometimes. Take A320 
Aiftu$ for eKample, Extremely popular in some quar- 
ters and toially shunned in others. The reason? It's 
just too realistic for its own good. 

Then talte sometlriing liite F/A-1S Iniefceplot , 
which was just as popular to otiiers, for com- 
pletely the opposHe feason. 

Combat A ir P.3trot was an atte mpl by 
Psygnosis to blend the arcade action of one with 
the realism of the other, and a surprisingly 
successful artempt it i$ too, 
B&sicaSiy it's a very fast, very sm^ooth simula- 
tion of a mufti-roie combat aircraft 
in a battle situailon - no sur- 
prises there, You get to tai^e part 
in a variety ol^ missions sprsad over 
a campaign, t&king out a wide variety ol tar- 
gets with a myriad of weapons. Excitement 
abounds as you soar over the landscape, 
pulling almost impossible turns and 
and humming tunes from Top Gun. 

Combat Ait Patrol has nothing particu- 
larly new, but it is exire finely playable, 
alttiough I have to say I doubt the lasiabiiity 
ol it, A fun flyabout, and worth getting hold of 
it you don't want too much of an 
aeronautical challenge or atlight 
sim that's overly realistic. 





Stamping thrauBh the city Etre<!la, the Am high walker sauaes 
chaot jraJ destrMSlHan whertvef riB go**. 




WAUCER 

PSYGNOSIS £12.99 OUT NOW 

DMA came up with one 
of the most bloodthirsty 
arcade games ever 
when they, with the help 
of Psygnosis, released 
Waiker to the waiting 
world in February ol last 
year. Coming soon after 
the release of the first 
Robocop movie, ihe 
idea of a large, super 
destructive walking 
rolwt was fairly fresh, in 
most people's minds. 
but they never pictured 
something like this -a 
4Dfi tall beast that can 
tire in all directions, and 
has gone a little hay- 
wire. The army are sent 
in to take it out, and the 
player, as Walker, must 
defend himself. 

It's an extremely 
playable and addictive 
game and has been 
quoted as being 'A fast 
and frar^tic blast that 
won't disappoint,' The 
attention to detail is mag- 
nificent. Ever/ tiny sprite 
is superbly animated, 
arKt the cumulative effect 
is one of overbad - ttie 
game is just Stupen- 
dously violent. 

One thing tin at most 
people will find confus- 
ing, though, is that you 
need both the mouse and 

th e keyboand to play the Lining up vsur gun*, VMJ prepmr* \Q blow *W»li the IIHI* fliflB. If y«Lj i 

game - the mouse moves to shest iiMm, you uai waih on it»ni i^Msd, 

thegunsightandthekey- , . t, « 

board actually moves you* walker back and lorth. It all works a lot better 
tlian it sounds and before you know it you'll be blowing the little 
guys out of helicopters laster than you can say; 'Die in your 
beds, you English pigdogs, Ghnarg ghnargl" 

WKIi'lIZ 

PSYGNOSIS £12.99 OUT NOW 

Ps/gnosis really struck gold when they released Wiz n Liz in Th0 
Ff antic Wabbil Wescue last year, tuming it into an unexpected 
multi-lormat smash hit, Take a very simple platform game format- one 
where the two main characters just have to run around a honzontally 
scrolling wraparound map, collecting otijects, Now make the 
graphics small and untsearably cute, and then make the whole game 
incredibly fast, and you're somewhere along the way to creating a near 
perfect arcade game. . , j ■* t 

The plot is as strange as they come, the tale ol a wizard and a witch, 
who love their pet rahhils with the fervour of RSPCA activists, 
Unfortunately one day a polion they were creating went slightly 
wrong and all the rabbits vanishe^d, leaving Wiz and Uz depressed 
and lonely. Getting their furry tnends back paves the way for frantic 
two-player split screen action. At the start of the game you'll have 
to collect ingredients for potions, then, as the game conimues 
you'll find yourself doing anything from catching bagloads of 
bunnies to collecting letters from the alphabet that float 
oddly at)ove the ground, 
(f you haven't got Wi7 N' Liz yet, then you obviously 
weren't paying attention when the original reviews came 
out. It's a great game! So now's your chance to SO^^fht 
out and grab yourself a copy, well cheapish. Do- sol V^^^ 






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GLOBDULE 

PSYONOSIS £12.99 OVT NOW 

Glab^ule is a game 
atouE 3. small blue 
blob who is charged 
wilh a mission to col- 
lect lots of, ©r, 
things- That's aboiit 
it really. Nd, Vm sure 
thare is. mors to it 
tT^an ihaL Glob is a 
slicky blue blob, 
who searches cav- 
erns and other 
almogph&ric loca- 
(ion^ in search of 
gems,, sweets and 
cakes. Yes, that's 
the full story, t knew 
there wasn't much 
to the plot. 

3lob is a capable 
oiob, the little cutie, shows how h* e»n h»iifl ^■^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^p,^ ^^ |g^p \^f„Q distances 

T^.,tr "'""' "*""' '"" '^'"' and sfck to any Surface, with a healthy 

disregafd for gravily. What the screen- 
shots here can't show you is the sprite's liuid animation. When tie hits a 
surface, he 'splits' slightly before reluming to his original shape, he also 
pulls srrange SKpressions, hangs from Hiings in odd ways, and has dozens 
of other cute rrovements. 

When Psygriosis set out to cki' 
a cute game, they do it with style. 
Just look at Wiz 'W Li? or 
Lemmings to see how attenlion to 
minute detail: pa,ys off, giving 
these games ions of character. 
While Gtoiidufe certainly has 
bags of character, in my opinion it 
needs something else too, a hook 
to make me want to play it all the 
time. Not that there's anything 
very winongi with it. There just isn't 
really much to it that's exciting or 
acWictive. Having said that 
Gfobdufe is still worth playing, 
especially at this price. ^^^ 
but' there are belter ^7^^ 
games around. %^^jfp 






PRIME MOVER 

PSTGNOSIS £12.99 OUT NOW 

ir there is one thing that Psygnosis tiave neve' rq.iily nianaged to do, it's c 
corr>e out with a good motorbike racing game. Games like Red Zons and | 
Prime Mover always showed bags o» promise, but when they appeared, they -. 
just completely failed to deliver. Take Pfime Mover, for example. Coded by 
InteracliviSion -the people behind T??e Naughty Ones and ba$ed loosely on 
Super i-(sng On and all other games of that genre, this third person perspec- 
tive racer {where the player views Itiemself from tsshind) has the player racing 
all over the world, on a variety of similar looking I racks with different back- 
drops, using a selection of ditferem persona and a choice of bikes. 





\t Ihi it*n if lite gane, ynu hsMe- a ch<3iic« <il 
rth\it\ <ii the nine bikers you wani W l»- 1 lIKe the 
one with the mDU«t.ach« myself. 

It all sourxJs marvellous, and in fact at firBt 
glance H doesn't look that bad, but when you 
start to actually play the game, all sods of 
problems Start to occur. For a start, your bike 
doesn't really seem to grip the noad while the 
track itself is simply centred on screen writfi 
your bike weaving around all over iti This 
unusual viewpoint rreans that control is difficult 
and you really can'l judge wtiere you are on the road 
when i| comes to comers. Sure, it's all very fast and 
smooti^. but that counts for nothing ^^^ 
when the game itself just isn't any ^f ^^ 
fun to play. ^^^jjjjy 




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Stj! Been reading VFM again 
liave you? Hm.m ... You've 
seen how to blow away all 
the linlg guys in Walker. You've 
read esf Cited ly about how to take 
Saddam out with a multi-role com- 
bat aircraft in Combal Air Patrol. 
YouVs giggled at the messy 
exploits of GlotxiiJle. You let your 
head spin (ryrrtg to orientale (he 
world in Bob's Bad" Day. YouVe got 
out of breaih just reading about the 
high speed scrolling of Wiz 'N' Liz 
and Pfitne Mover, and now youVe 
got your cash ready to rush out and 
buy these magnificent games. 

Weil hoW your horses. Five of you 
oould actually win a comptete set of 
them. Psygnosis are feeling so nice 
and friendly this month ihat iheyVe 
decided to GIVE the things away. 
Yes, you couW be one of lh& ttve 
lucky winners to get a complete &&t of 
the gamss featured in this monlh's 
VFM deiiveired dineclly lo your door 
by Psygnosis. personally. Probably. 
All you need to do is answer the 
(gllowin^ three sJrnple qi^estions, 
which are relevant to Some of the 
games reviewed on the previous two 
pages, and then send your answers 
on a postcard to: 

'Payggy Pseosatifln, CU 
AMIGA, Priory Court, 30-32 
Farringdon Lane, London 
EC1R3AU. 




1 . What was the name of the walk- 
ing robot lin flathocop? 

a} iBar-ney 
b) eD-209 
cj Ed Parkes 

2. Wtiat is the narne of the program^ 
mi^g team behind Bob's Bad Day? 

a) The Bump 

b) The Lid 

G) The Dome 

3. What kind of vehicle do you rkte 
in Prime Mov$/> 

a) A fnotorcycle 

b) A Thundersly Invacar 

c) A Roller Skate 

There, that wasn't too difficun, was 

it? So gel cracking, 



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t. rJie clQslfls date lor all entries, apart 
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Wtjlcome to level iwo, lemlofy 
of the shamen. In the first 
room operate tha Hoor ti)e 
wfth a hole in it and take the raw 
diicken. To open the door put the 
chicken on the gril!, cook it and then 
feed it to the stone beastie. 

Hunt argundl this section Crf corri- 
dor until you find ano1t*ef floor tile 
you can operate. Take the key froiri 
undtef the tile and open the dcor 
round the oornef, PuK the lever ttien 
enter the room where the Shamen 
of Time bars your way. Take the 
small tile and operate the tioor tile, 
under it is a strerigth potion 

Go back to the previous room, 
drink the strength potion. Pick up 
the urn and get the chest hey thai 
lies behi^nd it- This key fits the chest 
in the roofn where you started 
so go there and pillage and 
plunder to your heart's 
conteni, you should now 
he the proud owner or 
the book of hours and a 
wind charm. 

Put the Slick in the hole 

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n part two of our complete 
solution to Vallhalla, Lisa 
TUnnah guides you through 
the second level of this great 
adventure game. 



which is nearby, operate it to open 
the door to the room where the 
Shamen of Impurity is lurtting. Put the 
book of hours in the- fourth difiiensioni 
and take the watch, there is another 
iever in here ttiat opjens a door to a 
passageway, this i$ a shortcut that 
will prove useful later ori. 

Put the watch on the altar next to 
the Shamen of Time, i'f you give 
Shamen the wrong objects they tend 
to get cross. After receiving the 
watch the Shamen allows you into 
the room behind him, lalte care 
though as the door siams behind 
you. Pick up the silver key and melt it 
on the grin, put the litiuid metal on the 
hey stone and take the new key that 
fits the door. 

Find the room this door conceals, 
inside you will irreet the Shamen of 
Holy Trinily. Opefate the ftoor tile 
and take the cheat key that fits the 
chest in the room of the Shamen of 
Time, Take the tankard and fill it with 
al& from the room below. Piit this on 
the mouW and present iff to 
the Shamen of impurity. 
Vou oan now walk safeiy 
past him. 

Find the operable 
floor tile and take the 
resist cold potion, drink 
this and take the ice. Put 
it on the stove and the eye 
of heaven is revealed, put this 
on the sundial where it is exchanged 
tor the Stone of Leo. Put this on the 
lion's head to be rewarded with the 
sun symbol which when placed or> 
the deactivation stone engraved with 
the same symbcl allows you to 
remove the first magic ring. 

CHASM CRAZY 

Head ioi the room fiUed with chasms 
and put the nng on the first altar. This 
disappears so you can take a door 
key. Find the door that it tits and 
operate (he floor tile that is hidirtg a 
chest key. Pull both ihe levers and 
return to the room where the ale is 
located- Take the ashe* and lihe 
chest key. Put the asties on the 





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flame of the phoenix and take the 

wooden cross I hat appears in its 
place. Put this on the bibte in the 
closest room to yOu and take the 
gold cross- 

This is jiist what the Shamen of 
Holy Trinity always wanted and he is 
so pteased that you're allowed pas- 
sage into the room beyond. Grab the 
Gem otthe Four Winds, the small 
title and put the red gem on the 
portcullis that has trapped you, Ihere 



are two floor tiles to operate, find a 

chest key and some blood. 

This key fits the chest in the room 
where the Shamen ot impunty lives- 
Take Arthur's potion and the door 
key. Open the corresponding door to 
find a broken stick and the third small 
tile. Travel back from whence you 
came and put the stick on the glue to 
fw it. While you are here put the small 

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tiles down to make a path across the 
giiping holes. On the other side open 
tf>e chest and take the gem that's 
inskte, Operate the flocr lile and lake 
thg wwden symbol. 

Rnd the hole that the stick fits and 
ust the geni to dispel the porlcuHis, 
Take ihe silver stick an<J operate the 
floor tile to take the Piock of Selene. 
NeKl, ffrtdl the right hole tor your new 
stick, then pull the lever. 

Th-g- door sl^m^ shut iaehind you 
so put the blood on the sacriticial 
tree to make a lavef appear, pull this 
tn escape. Balore you leave, pick up 
the chest key. 

This key fits the diest in ihe room 
where |h0 Shamen of Holy Trinity 
lives, take the liquid meial arid 
another wind Charm, Place the 
wooden symbol on the soft stone to 
make a mould, add the liquid meiaE 
and take the gokJ synntMl. This fits a 
deactivation stone, you can now 
remove Hie second magic ring. Put 
this on the next attar in the pit-filled 
roomi, pick up the pound note, put 
ihis on the sione of change and enter 
the next room. 

Drink Arthur'^ polion and and lake 
the swcnd called Oilos (solid baik- 
wards}, leave the other one which 
speils Fragile. 

Pull the lever to gain 
access to the room 
beyond^ and place the 
sword en the chasm so 
you C$.f\ cross safely to 
the other side. Put the 
werewolf talisman in the water 
of silver light and take the cres- 



cent rrwMn.. Piesent Ihis 
to the Shamen ol 

Ihe Moon. 

Inside the room he 
wasQuardirtgfinda 
gem then find the hcle 
ttiat your green slick tils 
and operate it. In this 
nejft room retrieve a money 
sp*der and Frtji'l the lever which 
opens the chest (n the room where 
you found the Sliver of Light. 

Pul the money spider on the AHar 
of Affluence and take the gold bar 
which the Shamen ol Wealth 
requires. In this next rooflii there are 
lour silver keys, before takin^g one 
read Ihe book under the floor lite 
whicti tells you which key to take, it is 
aclually the key in ttie north-west cor- 
ner, this fits a door wtiich allows you 
to steaf the last wind charm. 

Put the wind charm on the 
weather vanes to gain access to a 
small font, place in here the gem of 
the four winds and take the gokt 
symbol. Put Ihis on the correspond- 
ing deactivation stone to disarm the 
device protecting the third magic 
ring. Place this on the last altar in the 
room where you disposed of the 
other magic ring. 

THE HOLY GRAIL 

Traverse bach to the room where 
you left the sword, remove from the 
now-open chest the imagnet and: the 
wind charm, before you leave this 
roam pick up the sword. Put the 
magnet on the altar next to ifie 
metal box, you can now take it and 




"If* 1 iUndHI," tht Prince tella ynu In his 
Che«fv mtt- Strt wrtieiever doea II do? Can 
you f Igiire \t «di7 



put it in the sulphuric acid lo reveal 
its contents. Inside is a blank parch- 
ment, Place tfiis on the ink sndi read 
the writing that appears, as this is a 
suicide not, place it in the tiame of 
ruin, you are now the proud owner of 
the Skull of Death which should tw 
placed in the water of resumection, 
take the immortal chain and put it in 
the immortal flame, you now have in 
your possession the gold symbol 
wtnich deactivates the device tbat 
protects tf>e holy grail. 

Fiit the holy grail with ambrosia 




and present it to tfie Shaman of 
Immortality, now walk past him and 
placing the sword 
across the hole pick up 
the key to the last door 
and the end of the level, 
Tune in next month for 
the solution to level 
three. 




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dangerous than a 
vampire with an 
attitude problem? 
Deadlier than the 
male, Vampyra 
returns to sing 
her siren's song 
once again. 



As shadows faU over 
the graveyard wall 
And the Living Dead 
Rise from their beds, 
And 1^0 ottt to prey on 
yoit and I. 

Beivare the vam- 
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And flee the soft 
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Those hands so soft 
Whieh are caressing 
you now. 

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nture Helpline 



WAXWORKS 

Please couJd you tell me how to gel 
into the taitof 's shop so I can get a dis- 
guise in th« Jadkthe Ripper section oi 
Waxworks, because I keep getting 
arrested Witienewer I try so go in there. 
M. Sutcllffe, Glasgow. 

'T^/dj.h friititi- nnmivfi iiirly worii in fiatk 
J. iiilfyuviys, Kf / kiifa^ wit mv up In ii. 
Th* jirft thing if(m musi do is pick up (he 
rf,ipe -ii'hkk is to btjoujid bi^hind thif 
Hardware ^tdre. Find thf iptit next to 
u-'lLftv ifie dug barks by the barrel. Qj iml 
then ium North. KJiirr the dviiruvi^ and 
look in ihe hured to ftttd titt rope. Reluni 
tii tfnf ailey by tummg em( mid mwing 
four iteps. TuTTi iuft nml fnter liuii door- 
way. !.'xt! thif riype- an thi^ chimney th^n 
!'-iiiv-y \iynr%e{f iriiit the npet winii^m!. 



ftttills Mean right at the beginning wkere 
yoK are ittich. Take tht nvte ami xhtiw it 
(II (hf Itnrtmn. / can't remember exactly 
what the difficulty urns, bi4i most peopif 
found this ati aivkwird thing In da. As 1 
rfiYiH th.r friftat^'f, /lintrob are wn ctumsy 
and 'sheumg' the notf aimes pmhl/ms. 
Ottfj' jfju ft/ji.* dune thii, the barmatt mi! 
gti'f yoti a bibie bekjiging In ikeprit^xl 
nf'd vnne iffjitrTri/itititi 71'hich "van can use 
to talk to l!w others abimt. 

While I hai'f your otiet'tiufi i'li lilici 
tell you that tiiffe are timei when you 
miisi not stsf tkf ejuich nuip mvthfffi in 
mvve arifumi the xfiip niht'ns'ae ynu mill 
md meet ptxiple Tvhen ymt netd to. Yok 
mtist also pay cioie atie/Uiitn iti t!w dmp 
on the TiKs:ki(i<:f wihtn \ftii fiimlly find it. 



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I've gcrt problems playing Cruise for a 
Corpse. The clock keeps sticking at 
9;10 although I think I've tried every- 
thing . I've laiked with eveiyone I can 
iind (Susanne, Tom and Julio) about 
everything possible. In my inventoiy I 
have the piece of paper that I toiind 
in Miklos' sludy and a Cartier Bill. Is 
there one sf>ecial ilem I have to find 
to get time moving again? 
Marc-Rene, Ebach, Germany. 

/heard of a fn>£<tdil«; wkifh stL^llowed a 
fliif:h. 'the poor thing hmi lo eat w 
whole pofket oj Ifiwitn.v's, juj:! to pass the 
tjjw after- thai. Tim game has a rmmlmr 
of annoying fauih thai mtiitf it more dif- 
Jkutt than it ttfed be. The first of tkfsf 



I have a vitJeo recorder and some 
blank tapes from the recording studio 
and I've just Hown in from New York 
on a plane. I c^n't get Ihe ladies at 
reception to speak to me and 1 don't 
know how to call a taj<i to take me 
into the city. What do I do now? 
Darren Lack, Bedfordshire. 

/n Hntiiiu ynii simply Itavf to jfKwJt, 
and people will know from yimr imirf 
whether yim are impttTlMul m not. In 
Amenca if Js different - only wtrfwy ttdks. 
if y<?u uvtfit to get -ytnte tiilfntiiin in the 
iJS you have to flasit the cask '. SianA irj 
front of (he VIP lounge and ^iw ymr 
goid etedit card (found bark at the stu- 
dios) to the iecurity moniloT and smi^ndy 
fiifrffittf mill reali.'^e jiL'it wlmi a iiery 
iaiportant person you are. 



EYE OF THE BEHOLDER II 



in Eye of the Beholder II, I'm stuck 
behind a big green shield, and I 
think I need a hammer to t)reak it- 
Please help. 
Natlian liAead, Londor^. 

dun't ioftk lit IB/, / katien'l got 

inir. ! lUifiUmeyoii are isiking 
fihiiii) the Azure Seal which ties on i*n>et 



2 (if the Temple, behitid the entrance 
ji'hich M sealed against alt who do net 
have the Mark of DtirkNiixni. Thr nmrk 
is gained fm Lewi ,? of the Silner 
Tower and ydn will tih<^ find lliat a 
green ery.'.tiil bummer +2 fu-ifA the 
subtle name of Shieldbresker} can be 
found here. Try searching in thi itDfih- 
east feciiitn of the level- 




DARKSEED 

I have managed to get the mirror to 
becoma ope rational ^ I've opened the 
grandfather dock, and Tve golthe 
paper frorn the book irt the library. 
What now? How cto 1 get into the bar- 
ber shop? What can I do m the alien 
world (I've got the binoculars] but 
most importantly, how do I open the 
front door itt the alien world or use 
the skull staircase'^ 
Caspar NewboH, Oakam. 

rhere are a munber of sectel dmm in 
your house and onre yoii\>e got them 
open you sh/nild leave them thai nviy. You 
can forget about the batlrer xhitp fiir 
there's nothing tiie^'e of interest. 
On the iecond day retifjri to the garage 
and listen to ihi radio for the message 
ikfil ftxftlains thai tufo secret dmirs jiiii.\l ln> 
left open to aiiow joii to umlk through 
thrm in the d/irle amrld. Go to- the htili 
and collect the piece of mirmr. I'se tite 
ihardiii TFpriif the mirrar then walk 
through. Use the. gloves (found in the 
car's glove compitrtmeniy tn pull the lever 
in the dork world and this will open (he 
froni door for you. 




''The argument you 

just won with your 

girlfriend - it isn't 

over yet, " 



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(TH(J sfnii it i:t o plaiil «*»*- 
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POUCE QUEST 1 

CI : I hope you can help me. I have 
managed to get to the hotel on 
Pof<c& Qii0$t 1, and have discov- 
ered that I have to send Marie away 
in aiaxl. I have tried everything but I 
am unabie to do this. What am I 
supposed to do' 
Coral Grieve, Gateshead. 

SWORD OF HONOUR 

C2: Help! HELP ME, or I'll go 
crackers. I'm s.1uck en (hat briliant 
game SwOfd Of Honour. I can ccm- 
plate level 1 with no probiiems, and 
ihe same tor level 2, but everytime i 
do, I gel stuck. ( give the monks 
evefythimgi I need to, I go around 
collecting ^very item I need to, and I 
beat up the enemy million? of times, 
but I just can't gel olf level 2! Boo 
hoo gibber gibber? Please stop me 



BljjJJm 

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from Gore Design, and have to say 
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We're code criry thit month - impossible Mission's codes are flS™n amty sn (hla page. 



from going insane by helping me! 
Mark Foreman, Saltash. 

HOOK 

C3: I am stuck in Hook. I have col- 
lected a thimble, pan pipes, bow, 
net, marbles, dead branch, shell, 
fixed the slingshot arid used it, But I 
still gannot ligure out how to fly. 
Also I cannot find pixie dust 
because Tink pfomptly disappeared 
from the round pond after I picked 
up the thimble. 
Danny K, UAE. 

ANOTHER WORLD 

C4: My wife and I are both pension- 
ers. We bought Anolh&r Wor!d by 
US Gold and managed to get 
itirough level 1 , but are now com- 
pletely stuck on level two, Can you 
help please? 

Mr and Mrs LF. Williams, 
Gillingham. 

JAGUAR XJ320 

C5: I know this is an old -game, but I 
really could use your help on it I 
recently got hold of Jaguar XJ220 



friend told me Uiat there is a way to 
get your car to travel at over 400 
miles per hour while sliil hoiding the 
road perfectly. 

Could you please tell me how to 
do this, as my friend has forgotten. 
Gavin Weston, Salisbury. 



RESPONSES 
CIVILISATION AGA 

XI: In the game CivitisaUoff AGA 
you can create your own map with 
your own terrain using a 256 colour 
paint package, To do this, all you 
have to do is load the file 'Map.ibm' 
and change any pixels you like, but 
you must be careful not io put sea 
where a tribe starts, or make the 
map too big (use the same size that 
is already there). Also, always 
remember the top and bottom lines 
will be made into ardie. 

II you have Azapor a similar pro- 
gram, you can change the file 
■CIVILx.SVE' to give you infinite 
cash. To do this, write down the 
amount ot cash you have, load the 
file into Azap, convert your cash lig- 
ure into hexdecimal, then search tor 
this number on the first page of the 
file, change the figure to 7530 for 
30,000 in cash. 
JohoOgden, Lancasbire. 

IMPOSSIBLE 
MISSION 2025 

X2: How would you like to have all 

VaSlmlla Bn<l ThU' tpnS Of InHnfTy - iu»t to h««|l 
you all htppy we've given yau tiie cOdM 19 9«l 
fnle tis* leweia- 





Ihe access codes for impossibie 
MissiOfi 20257 Fancy that do you? 
OK then, here ttiey are: 



Level 1.1 - 


No code 


Level 1.2- 


ETQCWXLB 


Level 1 .3 - 


EXQBEXVP 


Level 2.1 - 


FBOBRXYH 


Level 2.2 - 


FFQBYXRL 


Level 2.3 - 


FJQHMXPH 


Level 3.1 - 


FNQERXAO 


Level 3.2 - 


FRQORXWH 


Level 3.3 - 


FUQZhJXFL 


Level 4,1 - 


FZOAXXUA 


Lev9l4.2- 


GOQLWXy 


Level 4.3- 


GHQLVXVJ 


LevelS.I - 


GIQCOXRG 


Level 5.2 ■ 


GLQZGXCJ 


Level 5.3 - 


GQQBJXOF 



VALHALLA 

X3t We've had lots of requests for 
all the level codes for VaSttaHs and 
The Lord Of Infinity, so just to keep 
you lot happy (especially those who 
can't wail for the rest of Ihe solu- 
tion), here they are: 



Level One - 
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Level Three- 
Level Four- 



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wilt only see them from a distance you might get away with this poor quality, but avoid if you plan to use 
them tor DTP and 3D te^lure mapping. 

H's pity that the quality of the pictures is so poor because while there aren't that many picfures (20 in 
all) the selection itself is wide and varied. The range varies from from martjie, wood through to grass, 
bricks and sky. 

If Visual Promotions can improve the quality of these images^ maintain ttie price and variation of pic- 
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are only really suitable for basic work or video backdrop presentations. ^^^^ 

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The board comes with a battery backed clock and it you wish you can add a maths co-processor (PLCC 
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One thing I really liked about this board was th& labelling on the circuit board itself. Every jumper 
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Installatiort was a simple painless process and 
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s.$em^ a perlecl opportunity Id put Ihe Kit to the test, 

The 'kit' oomes ir^ three bottles containing various fluids: a cleanirtg 
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Although I initiatly approactied this product with mgre than an unheaiifhy 
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CDTV discs? Wis didn't have any scratctied or scuffed CDs aroynd, but this 
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demo disc and tortured it for a couple o< minutes, we dragged it across the 
floor, scratched it and generally kicked il about the room. We took another 
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on, walked over, thrown across rooms, dropped and stamped on. And ttie 
results? Well the second disc was beyond repair,, no amouni of dearting 
saved it- not surprising really. The first disc, however, is playing as I write 
this and not a glitch in sight. 

Although the supplied bottles are small, you need only apply a little frorr 
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Fed up of sitting around 
doing Jean Luc Picard 
impressions in his new 
polo neck Andy Leaning 
seemed like the best per- 
son to review a product 
that has made a major 
impact in tlie US and is 
about to make one here. 



LightWa\/e is a seriously addiclive applicatiori- 
After just a few minutes using (his esioelient 3D 
I'endering package you're inool^Ml. Sa winat 
exactly is so qreas about LightWsve to make us and 
stateskte animators so excited? 

Well, the first thing that stril<es you is the 
sheer size of the package. It comes on seven 
disl^s with a 3DD-page manuai, These disks con- 
lam Light Wave \t5BK. various lutoriai fiiesand 
numerous objects and surface textures ai'i of 
which must be in&talie<f onto tlie hard drive usirigi 
the siandan^ Commodore jnstai'ier. Once instalfed 



you have the option of loading one of four pro- 
grams; Ihe modelier, the rendering program and 
secondary versions ol each especially written to 
take advantage of Amigas which have maths co- 
pnocsssofs fitted. 

To create a 3D image, tf>e first pa(\ of cail is the 
mode iter program, where Itie shapes and forms 
{objects} whidi make up a 3D image are composed, 
in l:his program you can liddie about with Hie 
objects to your heart's oontsnt, ie resize them, 
rotate them and add speciai effects before you 
finally set up lighting ccoditions and then render 
the $cene. in the modeller program, you can also 
create animations and save the resulting frames 
out to disk. The rendering program is where the 
program creates the images for you (from your 
oom:posiition) taking care to calculate where the 
shadows fail, removing objects hidden behind 
others and tracking beams of light as they fMunce 
off surfaces. 

The modslling program is based a round a faJrIy 
standard three-view system (front, side and top 
down] aJlowmg you to see your object as it is built 
and manipulated from different view pointe. A fourth 
view is also available allowiiig lo view your objects 
in perspective. On Jhis tourth display you can create 
forms and shapes from a variety of basic geomelri- 
cal tooJs Such as: box, balf, disc, cone, and a 
Ineehand sketch tool. These are used to create an 
object in one dimension which can then be extruded 



(ie depth added) in other dimensions, building a 30 
form. There are several extrusion facilities, allowing 
you to extrude along a curved path (ideal lor creat- 
ing organic shapes) or in a set dimension. 

Drawing with these tools will build up a collec- 
tion of jwlygons and points. The prtilygons form 
the flat parts of an object to which you can add 
colour and texture to give the object a solid look. 
The points are generally the interconnecting loca- 
tion ot polygons and are used as reference 
poinls. Polygons can be given surface names 
which can then be referred to in the rendering 
application when changing their attributes. 

RIGUr TOOU FOR THE JOB 

At firsi, I thought that this rather limited amoynt ot 
tcKjis would he a potential pnoblem for creating more 
(fflmpIeK forms. Admittedly, the grouping of objects 
into larger shapes is possible, and the freehand 
sketch tool could create sgme cool shapes but I was 
slill sceptical. However, I quickly discovsred that 
once a basic object has been set up there are 
numerous tools availablie to distort it beyond recog- 
nition such as: drilling, shearing, twisting, bending, 
bevelling, tapering and subdividing an object into its 
individual elements [a square becomes four straight 
Itnes for instance). 

Using the combination of these facilities allows 
the generation of every shape imaginable. 
Complex objects can also be created through the 



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use of layers. This is a system whereby differeni 
objects are stacked upon ORe anotlier, and Wie 'lay- 
ers' to b« edited and viewed can tie det^rrtiinsti by 
the uaerat wiii. This prevents the acddenlai movintg 
or editing of the wrong objects when ibuilding up 
multi object shapes. 

Other aids to help in the creation o) objects 
indude being abte to load a background^ imag* 
[over which you can trace), and ol ojurae, ihe ability 
to cut, copy, clone, rotate, and scale objects, 

The modeller's grid is ar^ unusual but handy fea- 
ture. In most packages, when you zoom in on (he 



□ne a! ii^htw9Vf'% dsininaiil restures is it abilitv la create 
animations. This is a parti [rularly strong ppint and an« it 
cnmplgl^ly «ii;«l$ in dQi>n^ - yoti m^A gnly la-ke a look al 
the slunning Jnnages ol space sliips Hying argunii Itie aihit- 
ing space slatian iii 9st>}(\on i (Monilay, Channal 4 Spin} to 
s?e jiis1 haw ped it is. 

Animations can be created «ry. veiv easi^ly. The pro- 
qratn works m a key frame basis, ie you create keyframes 
ovei the duraHun ef tlie amnnalion and it^tftWive cr^alej 
aNthfitrainesinltelweeii, 

Td tiave a Sfiacefigliiterfly m\ frdm beliiiiid a jilauel. 
under an alien battig cruiser. Iwiitand lly bdtk AtrSr llie lap 
i\\ VDU need dais set up Irames iwilti Ihe ligtiler behind the 
pJa net. u ader ih e a I i tn sh i.|). 1o its side , abfl-v e i t an il tbe n 
back Igwards lb« planet on Ihe □. 25,51), TS, and 1011 
tramss- ii^iitWavsmW liter tijyfe «iil eiactly wIiete Ihe 
ship should go. atid wtial operations art ne?ded la change 
rotalion, siie etc between framei and build! a 1W trams 
aflimatioiilurvoul 

iJol surprisingly waiting lor U^ittWsveyfi render eh e 
animation could take ages, so a quick wireframe render 
is also pftS-sitnle allowing you clietk positions etc, 

Vou caA iHa hmld ep moireineni )ia)iis intlie modeller 
a ltd use these ^s object flight iiaths. further increasing the 
ms with which animaiinns tan he be itt up. 



grid' upon whioh you Colgate OtiSOtS Changes tends 
to go out of view and hence you lose your reference 
points, In Ligt^twsve, however, the gnd rgscates as 
Itie view ZDcms in and out so it maintains constant 
reference points - it's a bit odd at first but you 
qyioKly neali$9 how u&aful it i$. 

Having created objects you can save them, as 
files, or export thorn directly 1o Ihe rendering pro- 
gram. Jumping between ihe two programs is, 
incidentally, made easy by having a button on eacli 
which when clicked on automatically takes you to 
the other program. 



Once in the rendering program they are viewed 
on a grid surface, this acts as a ground ?ero base 
lin&. Unlike the Tngdeiter program, with its three 
views, the rendering application has just one view 
point - a 3D perspective. This perspective means 
that you can view objects from any posijion. 
Manipulation of the viewing angle is simply a matter 
of selecting the type Of movement re<iuifed and 
moving the mouse - the view is changed corre- 
spondingly to the mouse moverrient. In fact this 



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3pproac:h of clicking on the button describing the 
action required and lf>en moving the mouse is usetj ^ 
throughout the program to control object movemenl ' 
and viewini; angles. 

Having loaded an object its surfaces (ie the 
colour, texture and look of the outside of a shape) 
can then be set using either procedural iBKturs^, IFF 
texture maps or straight polygon colour fill. 
Backgrounds can be added, other objects loaded 
around it, and light sources can lie chosen and posi- 
tioned. Three types of tight are available: spottight. 
ambient (ight or point light. These ligbte can be posi- 
tioned and the colour sel to ajdiieve various effects 
such as if a lense flare is to appear {popular in 
space shots). You can alter the light in many ways 
such as: the amount of fall off the light has over dis- 
tance, whether it should glow when behind other 
objects, and Itie di$i:i«r$enierri angle (ie how wide 
the beam is etc), 

When you ars happy with the scene (i@ the 
light and object positions) you can set other fac- 
tors which will determine how the final image will 
look. These include factors such as: resolution, 
anti-aliasing levels, colour pallet range [6 or 8-b(t 
HAtA, £4-bit etc) alongside more subtle and 
imponant considerations,, including the iilm type 
(11 sizes}, the focal distance, lense F=stop, 
whether it should add motion bfur and Ihe amount 
of detail required {fully ray traced, shadow 
mapped, quick shade, wire frame etc). 

It is LightWai^e's ability to accurately recreate dif- 
ferent camera effects and film types that has made 
it popular with film producers in the US. 

eONCUISION 

Ligh!W3ve is an astonishing program. It may not be 
the fastest 3D rendering program on the Amiga b^Jl 
it is csftainiy one Of the easier to use one we've yet 



seen, and also the most flesibie. 

For ease of use it's simply outstanding, althoi,^h 
it took me a while to master some of the more com- 
plex functions. I had impressive sfili frame and 
animation rendering within a remarkaWe short 
period of time. 

In tenms of reliability it's hand to fault it. In fact, 
the only lime ihe program did something I didn't 
expect was when asking it to render images that 
were to big for the amount ol RAM installed, and 
then it crashed. But in a month and half ol use find- 
ing just one bug is unbetievablei Recommended to 
anyone who is serious about 3D rendering - it's 
simply a great program. '2JJ' 



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Andri Digard checks out some Vista 
utilities wliich are available either as 
a package or separately. 




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Ah, those mist covered mountains, trails of 
lonesome pines and. almost certainly, 
island* in the sun. Vistanian Rhapsody. 
You will, \'n\ sure, have come across several 
landscapes created with the near ubiquitous Vists 
series oi programs. They abound in the latest 
demos. If you are lucky enough to fiave Vista 
yourself then you'll Know all about the number ot 
man hours lost trying !o find that particular land- 
scape using all manner of connected numbers. 
Once yoii have exhau&led all of your friends' 
phone numbers and have entered as many bar- 
codes as you can find, it tends to get a bit dull 
trying to create your idea of paradise. 

Kever fear, lerratorm's here( Terrafonn is a 
program specifically designed to create person- 
alised landscapes- You could even use it to 
recreate a genuine landscape. It has some simple 
tools to modify the map; rough, smooih. freehand, 
mountain, crater and flatten. It also provides a 3D 
close-up of the map, allowing you to touch up the 
exact ailitude and gain an overall impression of 
the final scene. 

On the whole Teffalorm works very well, let- 
ting you edit any Vista or Vista Pro DEW file. So, 
it youVe discovered that your mouse's serial 
number makes some lovely litHe archipelagos, 
you can now add your own final touches to it. The 
rnanual is brief and, whilst a Utile unclear in 
places, provides all you need to know without 
pussy- looting around. 

However, there are a few problems vifith this 
little program. The first and definitely the most 
aggravating is tfial lhe program will only work in 



NTSC mode. This 
means thai every lime 
you want to use the pro- 
gram you must either 
boot into NTSC or 
select an NTSC monitor 
from prelerences, If 
you're swopping 
between Tsrratorm and 
Vists then, for conve- 
nience, preferences is 
the orily sensible option 
as it will switch between 
NTSC and PAL without 
you hawing to reset. 

Worse still, especially 
from the average user's 
point ol view, Tefrsform 
will only work if you have 
some 'fast memory.' So if you're jjsing Vista Prv 
LitBon an unexparwJed A 1300, or any other 
machine with only chip memory, it will refuse to 
work properly. Jsin-g a PD program such as 
FakeMem, available trgm most good PD litiraries, 
solves this problem but you must change screen 
mode from preferences. 

Lastly, I managed to get the program to flop a 
couple of times. This means you have to save your 
work very regularly or risk losing it, worse Still the 
program gave me the option of eittier retrying ttie 
failed operation over and over or to quit, no Opiion 
to cancel. I was not impressed. 

Well, maybe I was. Despite these unfortunate 
shortcomings, Terraform is lots of tun. If took a 




Ms amarirtg What s couple oT birco4e9 can conjurt UP- 



wtiiie 10 gel it working but it was definitely worth 
the wait. If you've already losi a few pleasurable 
years to Vista just wait urtlil you can design your 
own landscapes. Tenafofw 2-1 will keep you 
enthralled for far longer than almost any game, If 
you use Wsfa professionally, this is a must. Best of 
all is the price, wtiich is what most utilnties should 
cost, so I automatically forgive most of the fauifs. 
WARNItSlG; Vou must have Vists, Vista Pfo Or 
Visia Pro Lit6 for this program to be any use. 
Available from: Emerald Creative Technology 
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Anottier little graund shaker for Vista. 
MakiaPath is used to create wonderfully- 
smooth animations of landscapes. The 
program is based around what its name suggests, 
that of making a path for the camera to follow. 
What im mediately sets it up as an essential is that 
the path will always be smooth. MakePath calcu- 
lates a nicely curved, mathematically defined 
flightpath for the camera, following contours and 
corners with ejtiraordinary grace. 

The path you have defined can be edited, with 
extra points added or removed, the numt3eT of 
trames changed, the speed of 
animation altered or even just 
some little tweaking of the 
exact flight path, it really is 
very easy to use. You can 
chop and change as much as 
you want to. You can define 
your vehicle froffl a number of 
presets, including helicopter, 
cruise missile and dune 
buggy. You can also define 
your own vehicle or modify the 
existing ories. This is done by 
speeifyir^g the altitude, roll 
rate, pitching and acceleration. 

There are also a couple of 
added effects like the fact ttiat 
you can 'barrel roll' your 



camera or you could choose to 'spin' around the 
landscape (or even bolh at once, but not if you 
want 10 keep your lunch). Vou can also set the 
camera to 'shoof at just one point, giving the 
effect of looking out of the window of the vehicle. 

Once you have defined all of your undoubtedly 
stunning animation (yOu'd have to try really hard to 
make a bad one using this program}, you can ask 
MakePat^ to show you a preview of the flighi. It's 
a little sJow, more than a bit clunky arxt done in 
wire-frame graphics, but it does give an idea ol the 
end result. This is the only part of the program Ihat 
could do with a serious upgrade. 

In combination with T^Frsform, Vists becomes a 
whole new piogram. Being able to create your own 
landscape and then easily define a flight paili over it 

Foltawlh* d9tt*4 Hne In MaSftPHttXH creatB 
WDiidtrtUl animations. 




is something else. It will absorb you for months. 

For less than a tenner this program is an 
absolute must. It brings Vista to lite in an amaz- 
ing fashion. You can e>;pect your Amiga to be 
rendering for days, your hard drive to be filled by 
ever more ambitious animations and you'll be 
insisting that someone buys you a canvas 
director's chair. If you've become bored with 
Vista, getfriis. 

It you're a regular VistA user, sing for joy while 
you're looking for your credit card. 
WARNING: Vou must have Vista. Vista Pro Of 
Vista Pro Lite lor this program to be any use. 
Available from: Emerald Creative Technology, 
Rapid House, 54 Wandle Bank, London 
SW191DW,Tel:0S1715ee66. 
Price: £ 9,^5 

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Always a 

sucker for swirly colour 

patterns, Tony Morgan 

takes a look at a new 

form of scientific 

psychedelia. 



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thought Itiis was going to t»e one of those idiot- 
proof kaleidoscope programs, wliere you press 
a few buttons and get lots of pretty patterns, I 
was right about ttte patterns, but ttiere's mucti 
moTe to MathVishnXhsn ttiat .,. 

MathVision is a Itind of fractal peneralor, 
although it does a lot more ttian just the usual 
Mandelbrot and Julia patterns. In fact, the manual 
does its t>e$t not to mention the word 'fractal" at all. 
The keyword here is maths, rather than fractals. To 
get the most out ol the pr&gram, youVe got to be 
prepared to get your hands dirty with some equa- 
tions and atgebra Ttiis isnt necessarily a bad 
thing, but the claim on the box that MathVision is 
■A tool itial feels tike a game' is i^ay off the mark. 
The objecl of MathVision is to create abstract 
images. It creates these images from a series of 
caiculations, CUfferenlcalculalioos lead to different 
images. However, unlike most fractal generators, 
with MaStiVision you have to write the formulas 
yourself - or at least edil the example lotmulas. 



For anyone who knows what they're doing, there's 
a lot of fiexibilily in itiis system. 

Using MathVision i$ rattier like using a pro- 
gramming language, complete with all those 
synta,K errors, You set up a few variables. 
and then write a list of instructions to per- 
form mathematical functions on them, As 
you might imagine, you never know 
quite whafs going to happen when 
you run your little sequence- ol sums. 
Quite o^en youll end up with some- 
thing as unspectacular as a line, or 
perhaps a couple of circles. Other 




an almost intinite amount of different images from 
tfie same formula. 

MathVision is more than just a tool for making 
pretty patterns. It's almost as if the graphics are 
an excuse for a session of good hard maths. If you 
can get your head around it, tfiere are loads of 
Ihings you can do iwith the program. It comes with 
a seleciion ot 'hooks', extra mnsdules that can he 
loaded into the main program to expand its fea- 
tures. These include f racial routines, features for 
representing maths as sound, and slacks more. II 
also comes with a number o! other add-ons, like 
the simple paint program that us«s semi-random 
routines for ite alternative drawing tools, and 
there's even a simple morphing^arping section. It 
could really do with a more di^sciplined front-end to 
tie up all. these appendages a little mare neatly, 

CONCLUSION 

If all you're inierested in is freaky pictures, ttien all ol 
ttiis might seem like a lot of hard work - and you'd 
be right- but the results cart be spectacular. 

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It's fast, it's compact and it's smart, just like Andy 
Leaning. What a coincidence. Our tech editor looks at 
the Smart Stor external hard drive for A600 and A1200. 



The Arches Overdrive is well known in the 
Amiga market as one hefl oi s. Inand drive for 
the Ai 200. It has established a name for itself 
a£ the fastest hard drive available, whilst also 
being the easiest to Ht - it just plugs into Ihe PCM- 
CIA interiaee on the side of the Amiga. ** 

However, the Overdrive wasn't the first Amiga 
1 200 hard drive Arghos developed. It was actually 
their second nrtodel, its predecessor being consid- 
erably smaller, and in fmany senses more praclical. 
Unliortunately, t\ w^s never released in this country, 
and so has until now tseen reSativeiy unknown. 
Now Indi tiave rebadged it and r&le^sd it 
under ihe name oF 'SmartStor', an-d, as luck wouJd 
have it they a^e also ss'lling ttie OverDrive under 
the name of the SmariSior Plus. 

Although SmarlStor is an eartier version of the 
OverDrive, it dUfers in a number of ways. Firstly it 
is much smaller, and doesn't tiave the siicf; styling 
or elegiartt design of its predecessor. Instead, it 
comes as an ggly black bo*, that tonfticts with. 

Tiny. Hoi only tmall In six? Ihe SmartStar is also smaH iti 

capacity, Blaring typJcBlly ^st £tl m 30Mb, 




rather than cornplementing, the casing of the 
ASOO and A1200. This sornewhat unappealing 
presentation is lor a reas&n, though. Ur^like the 
OverDrive which uses 3.5' hard drive mecha- 
nisms, the SmartStor is based around smaller 2.5" 
drives, and so Archos designed the casing to sur- 
round these tiny drives with the minimum of 
wastage, saving money, For thi$ reason 
SmartStor drives are very cheap. 

The SmariSior connects to the credit card 
PCMCIA slot on the side of the Amiga, in eaacHy^ 
the same manner as the OverDrive and takes its' ' 
power from ttiis interiace - there is no external 
power supplied inpiut availabEe here, 

Once connected you simply turn on the Amiga 
and up it pops as a new device. Workbench, how- 
ever, hasn't been pre-instaHed on the system in 
advance, so you'll have to do this before you can 
use SmartStor. 

WARP SPEED 

Once it is up and running and everything's been 
installed it's very pleasing to use. I encountered 

na major prob- 
lems whilst 
testing it, and 
loading appli- 
cations and 
data revealed 
fairly rapid 
access times 
and transfer 
speeds. It's 
noi quite up to 
the speed of 
the OverDrive 
(one of the 
fastest drives 
CU AMIGA 
has ever 
tested), but it's 
certainly faster 
than many of 
the internal 
A600 hard 
drives that 
ere avaiEable. 



The diminutive physical siie and easy plug-in- 
and-go operatiort of the unit also makes it the 
most portable hard drive yet for the Amiga. It's 
great being able to load up your programs, unplug 
it, nip round to your friends and have the pro- 
grams instantly available, A mapr advantage for 
Amiga users on Itie move! 

MISSED OPPORTUNITY 

The Amiga has a long tradition of external hard 
drives and since GVP launched the IHD9+ for the 
ASOO it's been popular for developers of such 
peripherals to also build further expansion poten- 
tial into them - ie extra RAM, pass through ports 
and the like- 
After all if you've got a box housing the hard 
drive, why not fill it with other stuff. However, 
Archos have not followed this tradition and the 
SmartStor is nothing more than a hard drive - a 
missed opportunity if ever there was one. 

CONSIDERATIOHS 

For A600, and to some extent the A1200, the 
SmarlStor wili he a welcome and usetu) expansion, 
pfoviiding an easy and simple hard drive upgrade. 
The only problem is Ihe limited sire of the configu- 
rations available, ie, just 20Mb or 30Mb. This is 
definrteiy not big enough lor use on an At 200, but 
is passable on the ASOO - but you're likely to run 
out ol space scxjner rather than later. 

It could also do with a proper manual, in this 
month's Points of View {see page 1 62) I have 
complained about companies releasing 
product with awfui packaging and manuals and, 
as if to prove a point, SmartStor turns up with a 
single A4 sheet for a manual I There is definite 
room lor improvement here! 

These limitations and the poor casing design 
mean that I can't give SmartStor as high a ratir>g 
as the underlying technology deserves, but if you 
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Warped images from a 
warped mind? Tony 
Morgan twists a few 
pixels witli a new 
image processor. 

There are surprisingly lew image processors 
available for the Amiga, Art Depanment 
PfQfession3l, image Mastsr and linage FX 
are the main Ihree. but now ihere's a new alterna- 
tive in the stiape o^ Irnage h^fTTor. 

Before you cam do anything with iretagB Mirror 
ypu'll need to Iree up at least 10Mbs of hard drive 
space- As ths program uses Us own form of virtual 
Tiemory {using the hard drive for temporary stor- 
age to reduce the amount ol RAM needed), you 
can't use it on a floppy system 

Once it's up and running, 
you're presented with a couple 
Qt windows. Scoot up to the 
"iGHUs, and strangely all 
.0.. gel is a Save and a 
Quitoptian. All of ihe 
^fnage manipulation 
IS carried out by 
"loving icons 
abound in the win- 
dows. These are 
ainanged Willi all 
the 'tools" or 
■■■tfects in the lefl 
.vmdow, and the 
7ther functions 
loading, saving and 
50 on) in the rigtut win- 
:J(JW, 'When you load a 
jicture,. It appears in the' 
' ght window as a Utile icon. 
To pass it through an effect, 
you need to drag a tool across 
Tom the opposite window. You can 
'hen drag the picture icon over the tool icon to 
start the process- Are you slill with me? It's what 
'hey call a drag and drop interfaoe. 

ICON UNDERSTAND IT 

^,\ the icons are caplioriied lo lei you know of their 
'unciion. Ifs a good job too, becaus* o-therwise 
,'ou'd never guess what ihey did. The icon for 
Render Piclure' has a man sticking his head into a 
"Hicrowave overi. The 'Archive' icon shows a man 
"vheeling a shopping trolley past a couple of 
Egyptian pyramids, and the 'Rename' icon depicts 
the same man doinsg magic s ricks with a cat in a 
t»x. It's more fun than drab menus I suppose. 

Unlike most rival programs, fmage Mirror W\l\ not 
^play pictures in anything lass than HAM-& mode 
-1036 on-screen colours), even il your original pic- 
jre oHiiy had two colours. You can change the 
-T'Splay to HAM-8 on an A1 200 or A40OO. and there 
i'e also options for viewing in £4-bJts through a 
''•deo Toaster or Opal Vision board. All processes 
are carried out in £4 -bits, Voy can only save out 24- 
3"t files. This is very limiting, unless of oourse you 
*ork with nothing other than 24-bit images. 
Ajmazingly, there are no options for loading or 





saving tile formats other than 
IFF. 'iWhen you're forced to 
work with 24 bits, it's 
totally absurd not to 
have the option of 
saving images as 
JPEGs, which 
would usa far less 
disk space. 

EFFECTS 

Effects are Image 
Mifrpr's strongest - 
feature. Although 
there aren't stacks 
of them, some are 
quite entertaining. 
One of my favourites is 
the Man-dieibrot option, 
which takes your image, 
and uses it to plot out a frac- 
tal pattern. The kaleidoscope is 
another good one for crealing those 
freaky abstract pictures. Animations of effects 
can also be created. The oompiete list of effects 
is as follows: rotate, iwist. flip, reflect, bubtiie, 
frayed, vignette, tiling, parm, kaleidoscope, pic, 
w.ave, bright, chromakey, noise, zOOm, fade- 
through, mandel, stretch and morph. lyost of 
these are geared towards distorting your original 
image, ralher than touching up or improving poor- 
quality screens. 

SHORTCOMINGS 

Although there are some nice features here, there 
are also quite a few omissions and shortfalls. 
Speed is one problem. Many of the processes 
take ages to render - far lor>ger than they should in 
some cases. For example, the tile option lakes a 
specified rectangle of the image, and fills the 
scr&en with it. Tlii^s couWi be done in a matter of 
seconds, but instead it plods along as if you've got 
a lifetime lo waste. 

The assumption that everyone wants to work in . 
24 bits is unfortunate. There are no options for 
converting images to diflererit resoluHona, or for 
changing the number of colours. These are basic 
requirements for any image processor. Unless you 



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use a separate utility for JPEG compression, you 
oQuld find you soon run out of hard drive space 
due to the Harge 24 -bit files.. 

I couldri't recommend Irr^^gs Mirror over Art 
Depanment Professional or Image FX. both of 
which are tar superior in most aspects. However, 
Image M/rrordoes Jiave some unique effects, and 
as such would complement a more powerlul 
image proces-sor. "^ 



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lobjects in 3D ray tracing programs to give the 
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Testament lo Ihis is the fact Ihat Essence /a// 
received a CU AMIGA top rated award when they 
weife reviewed back in December '93. Despite #*$ 
high score there was one jmajor drawback though - 
you could only use Essence with Im^irte. This was 
fnistratirig as Essences infinite selection of t&xtiires 
couldn't be used with other 3D pnogr^mj such as 
Lightwave and Reai3D. New, thariks to Forg9, 
Essence textures can be used with any 3D program. 
So what exactly is Forge and huw has it lead to 
ihis welcomed ability to use Essence wth any 3D 
program? And while we're about it why couldn't 
Essence work with any other progfam apart from 
Imagine in the iirsl place? The answer to both 



these questions lies in 
fofmats. For example, 
rather than using stan- 
dard IFF or i peg 
formulas E$$0nce uses 
complex mathematical 
(brmulas which, before 
Forge, only Imagine 
could use. Essences 
textures are not straight 
graphics files. Instead 
they are files oonlaining 
mathematical dehnitions 
- otherwise known as 
"procedural textures'. 
This means Essence 
uses mathematics to 
create the textures 
rather than the standard 
series of dots or iff files. 
The program 
sets the final 
ima^e size, 

colours and other atthbutes spedlic to a 
testure arid a resulting image is ren- 
dered'crealed from scratch by njnning 
these parameters through a mathemati- 
cal (ormula, A typical example would be 
a mathematical algorithm that creates a 
grtd, and can fiii the square in various 
colours, input parameters would be the 
siie ol the individual squares on the 
grid, the gaps between the squares, the 
fill colour, whelhef to colour every 
square, ever^ alternate square etc. By 
setting dilterent values (or these param- 
eters you can change the look the final 
t\ image completely - from a cf>ess board 
to a city with roads and housing Wod^s. 
Ttiere is of course the possibility 
that someone smart enough could write a pro- 
gram that would load these fornnulas, let you to 
change the parameters and then save the result- 
ing lectures out as IFFs for use in other 
programs. This is exactly what Forgs is-. Essence, 
and the program Forge, are now sold in a pack by 
Emerald Creative which alilow you to not oriiy 
save out Essence textures as images for use in 
other 3D programs but also create an amazingly 
diverse range ot new textures. 



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Forge proviiies a veiy user-friendly front end into 
which yOiJ can load the various Esssfice procedural 
textures. On loading each texture you are presented 



MAHUAi OVERRIDE 

Campbiter manuals are iDtorioii^ lor lining dillicult )o 

uiiilersland.badlYM'ritlenandtDOteEliiiicat.ttawever,!!!! 
Forge manuai is clear Dortise and is^y to read. Mot only S 
it easv to imderstanil anrJ Edliiiw, it has a gDod Mst and 
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tjue, liul a qreal many ar? aisu verf tnterlflining and 
acltiiilly male reading Ihe manual eaiovabifl. Maiimjm 
marts to Atternattve Image lor a great manual. 



with a series of sliders, on the right-hand sideorif- 
screen, that effect the look of the texture. To the te" 
of the sliders is a display which shows you the 
results of your changes. This view can be either 
spherical (a ball) or rectangular allowing you see 
how various textures will wrap around corners etc 
In the previewing display, resoluljon size and r 
the time taken to redraw the image are in direct p' . 
portion to each other. For example, you see a low 
resolution sample of tie effect your changes 
extrerT>eiy fast, however higher resolutions version* 



VERY ANIMA11D 

One Qt the great things abmul Imagine is Itiat surfaces ca* 
move. Nat only tan you have a ott(8cl moving and rote^ 
hot its iurlate i;an al^u move, ttiis allowsi wnu to not ohIt 
create impreissiv^sliapes and farms, hut also create ^as 
and smuke eHects that would atlierwise be impassible 
to pirDdui:e. 

□oE a'l \bs tric*s in the armouTy ol fsrge is that yoo c» 
atsa create these animated teitures, just like the static 
siens. This turtlter addsta the prDgraim Flexibility an« 
mskes it a. iiDwerltil tool tot 3t} aniniatsd in>aflEs. 



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BUILT FOR SPEED 

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always ^chiev&d above 1 ,$D0 characters per sec- 
ond {GPS) when transferring archived lilies. As an 
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minutes and 54 seconds, at an average of 1,651 
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virtually impossible to achieve, the best average 
you shouW hope for is around 28,000 BPS or 3,5€0 
GPS. This is true of all 14400 modems. 

You should also bear in mind that almost every 
file you come across on a bulletin board is likely to 
already be compressed, which renders the 

Using Trap^jr, ilcasx can send beflar itiancBB Uian e dedlcBlied 

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modem's oompression practically useless. Hence 
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doser to what you are likely to achieve. 

SETTING A TRAP FOR FAXES 

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arkd receive faxes. Power Computing actually gives 
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must have a hard disk, and a big one at that. 

Once installed the program works beautiful ly. 
It's a little tnjstrating at first as TrapFax is not one 
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is well written and dear, though it does yse quite ai 
bit of jargon. 

One great advantage of TrapFax is its size. The 
individual programs thai mske up TrapFa* are 
fairty small so leaving auto answer on takes up a 
far more sensible ?0K in comparison witti GP"s 
23-0 K, most welcome if you cherish your memory. 
What's more, T/apFajf works in conjunction with 
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NCamm 2 is provided and it's a good sturdy choice. 
The surprise was the missed opportunity lo provide' 
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used by everybody, but surely ihe price of a disk 
would gain immense good will from cusiamers, 

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sheet telling you how to connect it up. Admittedly 

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need it, but these days we are 
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CAVEAT SURFER 

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BPS modem to an unexpanded 
A1 200 be warnsd; because of 
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modem will be limited to a top 
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However, this often gives faster 
transfers when uploading or 
downloading files (see Speed 
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CONCUISlOfl 

The choice of modems on the 
market is definitely hotting up. 
The Acee* has several minor 
niggling points. For example, it's 
not the best constructed modem 
in the world - th& LEDs weren't 
quite lined up properly on the 



review machine and the stencils were badly 
printed. Another problem was ils sensitivity, a cc. 
pie of times I knocked the modem whilst I was 
on-line and it disconnected both limes. However 
modems seldom win prizes lor beauty. 'What ma: 
ters is how they work and the Aceex does its job 
admirably. 

And with the addition of TrapFax the whole thing 
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and receive faxes it performs perfectly, sending 
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fax machine- 
Overall, whichever 14400 modem you choose 
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tions and they all increase your phone b\\\. The 
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Yes misief, I'll lake two please! This is the best demo of the summer 
by a king shot! It's a sound and vision @K|ravagania, with the best 
soundlfack ever to grace an Amiga dsitio. Released to promote a 
new EP from Urban Shakedown, it's a remix of Some Justice^ the 





STARWOIDS 

I know it looks like just 
another Thfus! clone, but 
Stafwoids really is a bil spesh. 
It's a cross betw&an Oidsand 
ThfusS, with a Star Wars 
theme, There are three lev&ls 
in thi$ version - a PD taster of 
a bigger shareware game- 
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even gel to shoot down some 
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has enough meaty gameplay 
to kgep any zap fan happy. 
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HaFsafl Lane, 
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hardcore anthem of 19S2, proauc(?d 
by Urban Shakers themsetves, and 
reworlted into a colossal bass- heavy 
jungle $tomp$r. Slick this through a 
decent hi-fi and you just won't believe the 
sub-bass! 

II that wasn't already enough, it^s even 
got that brilliant Ce Ce Rogers vocal (see PD 
tJUIities fof the Urtian Shakedown sample library). TTie 
graphics are just as hot too. Jungle- lined tunnels, warped, 
anirrations, slippery plasma and hard-hitting strobes. Combined with 
the soundtrack, it's a complete brain-scrambler. Okay, so I did the 
visuals. b<Jt I'm not biased! {not half. Eof} Would I lie to you? Don't 
take my word for it - get yoursell a copy now (and check out the EP 
while yqu're at il)! 



Available from; Cynostic PD. Office 01, Mew Enierprtse Cemtre, 
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spectrum 

lis is one of the better Spectrum 

lulators we've seen, This disk is 

ursting at the seams coming oom- 

Bte with 13 ditferent games in aN 

:h as: 1943, Airwolf, AUc AtSC, 

BaJty, Bomb j0_ck, F^mafido Martin, 

iJet Pac. Jet Sel Willy, Kr>>gM lore. 

UJvingston, Manic Miner, Match Paint, 

iPheenix, Sabra Wulf. Sal Combat, Sir Frsd, Spy Hunter, Starquake, 
\^rstrike, and Tarantula (an adventure game in Spanish). 

There's a neat IJttSe front-end to the emulator, which lats you type in 
|ifiQke$ {cheats.) before you bact a game. Vou can also typ& in program* in 
I 'BASIC, i( you can rennembef where all the commands are on the keytjoard. 
[Instead of loading cassette games through a sound sampler, this one needs 
-a special' interface plugged into the joystick port, There are illustrated 
nstructions for it on the disk. This disk is well worth a go just tor the sheer 
variety of games on it. 

Availabte from: On-Llne PD, 1 The Cloi^t^rs, Halaall Lane, _ 

Fq rmby , L I verpoo I L37 3PX , Tel : 0704 S34335 . Price : £1 .50 t!fifl)k 
including P+P. t-^^ 

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ilidoshow 

onsidering there are four disks in this set, there aren't many pictures in this 
Siideshow. However, those thaf ar& included are quite impressive: hi-nes inter- 

;ed HAM-a, and vefy neatly rerKtered. The main 
ibJem Is that they're just not very exciting, 

'ou can see the technical prowess, but a 

y-traced scene from an MFI shop 

indow IS a bit yawn some. 
Available from: Dynostlc: PD, 
Office 01, New Enterprise Centre, 
Little Heath Industrial Estate, 
Old Church Road, Coventry CV6 
7KB Tel; 0203 681637. 
I^ricer £6.00 Including PvP. 3Mb 
RAM required. 




ONUNE INTROS 

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Hqw's that for a bargain? You've got 12 
demos crammed onlo one disk! A few of 
them asre a bit old, ranging from 93 to 94, 

but even sc there are sorTie 
"B^i^ excellent visuail effects and 

^IP"^ plenty of tinkly ditties. 

' They're mostly BBS 

^ intros. with coniribu- 
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* Models tn,c, Avalon 

^p^L '■ and Lego among oth- 

^P%|L ers. There's plenty of 

"^Wl^^ wibbly visuals tor the |elly= 

heads like myself, and if you're 
into chip' music that sounds like a 
CommodO're 6< with a wasp stuck inskte it, 
you'll love the tunes. 

Recommended especially this month, as 
all the demo cod&rs seem to have taken a 
summer break. 

Available from; On-Line PD, 
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Tel: 0704 634335. Price: £1.50 
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Buckets of blood and dtead flesh are the main attractions wilti Zombies 2, 
■e sequel to the Opefaiion PVbff done that was released with SUtz Basic. This time 

3'ound it's^ bit &lic^er, wi|h better sound and graphics, but gameplay remains the same. 

Zombies have overtaken the world, and youVe got to wipe them out with your mouse-Gon- 

"olied pistol and grenades. As the zombies get blown away, they litter the screen with 

"^tached limhs and hunks of meat, all to a stomach-churning soundtrack of splats and gur- 
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Andre Digard suffers 
from slipped disks. 
He slips at least 
100 of 'em into his 
Amiga every month! 

SOUND 
MACHINE 

Sample 
Convarte^r 

Sound Machine converts PG WAV 
and VOC sound sample files into 
Amiga IFF lilies- It also converts 
from IFF back to WAV and VOC 
The controls are minimal, just a lew 
buttons to specify the formal and 
sampit rat€, and a piay button $o 
that you can check the sample. 
Nothing outstanding, no betis, no 
whistles, but it wprks, and it's fast. 
It may not be much u&e to the 
es^ery Amiga user, but it's very use- 
fut for programmers. What might be 
oi interest to you though, are thie 
saitipl&s irwluded on the disk. 
These are just great when used 
with OctaMBD. Th&re are all sorts 
of odds and ends including a very 
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Clint Eastwood. 

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FINAL WRAPPER 



Final Writ^i- 

If you were one of those people who, like myself, spent ages deciding 
whether to buy WofdwofthSQT Final Writer, and eventually settled on the lat- 
ter, than this program is for you. Digita, WcrdwQrth'^ creators, hyped the 
program's Text Effects engine and its ability to wrap text into circles and spi- 
rals, and more beside. Now Finaf Writer users can do the same thing, thanks 
to this ingenious set of macros. 

Let's make a big admission first, Tbeso effects are bordering on the use- 
less, They'll probably gel used a couple of limes and then be completely 
forgotten (ask any Wofdworth user). However, this little package is so well 
programmed that it deserves attention. What's rrKore, the other macros on 
this disk are very useful. Ttiere's one which will centre an object in the middl 
of the page, another lo expand objects to fill the paje, another to roll your 
text on a sine wave, and there's also the wondertui SizeNOIitique, To use the 
fatter, you set your largiest size and,'orotilique character at one end of your 
text, the smallest at the other, highlight them and select this script. The 
macro tfian scales each c^arader in the text from largest to smallest, or vice 
versa. Meat, In short, if you bought Final Wnierlhen buy Finai Wrapper. It's 
great fun. It may even prove useful one day. 
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sound sc«n«|»les 

You want top sound samples? Look no furlherl These aretiom Urban 
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Amiga car sound - big beefy bottom ends, bright sparttlmg lop ends, and 
virtually no noise or hiss, The sw-disk collection is geared towards dance 
music, and includes breakbeats, basses, vocals, stabs, chords, rhythm 
loops and drums. For an idea of what can be done with ihem, check oui 
the Some Justice 94 AQA demo (reviewed in this issue's PD Scene), and 
keep an ear out lor the new Urban Shakedown release on PWL records 
this montli. Highly recommended. 

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PO30 5QA. Pririe: £9.95 + SOp P+P. (rT*^^ 




TEXT ENGINE 
4.1 

'W^rfi Raiocossor 

Tnis could be just the liCKei It you 
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Text Engine is no compedlion for 
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As )fie name suggests, there are no 
facilities for graphics, and. even ttie 
text features are limited - no wtiat- 
you-see-iis-what-you-get here. 

However, it's an elegantly 
designed little program, ideal tor 
knocking out the occ-asional letler. 
There £ a competent 36.000 word 
spelling checker, which, aithough a twl 
on Ihe small side, is big enough for 
most rTKidest tasks. The tesft formal- 
ting is qorte adequate, allowing you to 
produce all of the standaid elfects 
available trom ctieap dot malriji pnnt- 
ers. it doesn't cater for diflerent fonts; 
only Ihe Standard bold, underline, 
enlarged, italic etc. There's a simple 
find and replace option, and reason- 
able cut and paste features It's got 
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Wow! Excuse me, I think that's my jaw down there tjy your f 
guess that Ihis is som&thing good Vou're absolutely spot on. This is a quan- 
tum leap towards educational software that really works. It's just a little 
■ca\au( the alphabet program, with a few other bits and pieces ihrown in tor 
good measure but the presentation is simply superb. 

It's tun to play and would best &uit (ouf to s« ye^r olds, though younger 
children may still gel somelhing aut of it. For old&r children, or even adults, 
there is a lesson on binary. For pnogrammers there is a painting package to 
learn from. If you have pre-school children, ge? Ihis disk. it you program edu- 
cahonal software, this di&k is also must. T!ie piogrammer, Duncan Wloran. 
deserves great success. I wish him peace, and many children. 
Available from; Roberta Smilh DTP, 190 Failoden Way. Hampstead 
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Animation Rl«iyor 

Another animation piayer? You mean we don't have enough already? Ah. 
but Itits one's nal your usual ammation player - that's what lliey all say. For 
once, Itiough. il's true Flick plays PC .FLI animations and nothing etse. Not 
much cop you may Itiink. and for the most part you would t>e right. PC ani- 
mations lend not to hv up to the quality o( Amiga animations. If s not that 
the PC isn't capabJe (though even a tssl 486 isn I as good as m Amiga 
1300). il's Just Iha! Ihe craze is about Ihree years tjchind on Ihe PC, The 
author maKes a big point of his chunky to ptanisr routines, which seem fast 
enough. Bui why go lo all 0I ihe trouble o( writing viciously fast routines to 
convert PC screens to Amiga ones, and then leave out a save option? An 
inile-esting cunosily Of a program 

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TWO CAN PLAY 

Eclwcation 

There's some great educational software around, like Kids Disk, but there's 
always going to be some ru'bfeish. Take this one for example. The screens 
have very little colour, and the whole thing looks very amateur. The games 

9. are dull and slow, with pointless 
clicking between turn$. The 
author should take a long hard 
look at Kids Drsk, which out- 
classes Two Cen Play in almost 
every respecl, as I'm quite cer- 
tain thai its author is capable of 
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ISSUE 22 OCTOBER 

You want information? 
You got it! The Amiga 
Workshop section Is 
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triple dose of tips, 
tutorialSi advice and 
inspiration, whatever you 
use your Amiga for. The 
world's top Amigaheads 
explain how to get the 
most out of your 
favourite computer, from 
graphics and animation, 
to music and netsurfing. 
It's all here in your tip 
top number one 
Amiga Workshop, 




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ttUESTIOfIS AND ANSWERS 

Questiorts. questions, questions ... whais iis all about 

eh? Wherrs does twlly-buftcin fluff come frwn'' What 

lams Is i| on the moon? Do&s anyone still own a pair of 

nyiofl Bay City HoHBrs socks' those mysteries ol ine 

umvBrss may ^ unsolved, but if you've got questions 

at»«t your Afniga than John Kennedy and Andy 

Lean4r»g have all the answers,. 

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flhings to us. we print 'em. 

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reply. You also gel lo Dieel (he CU AMIGA (earn and 

llnd QUI what they've tjoen up this month. Vou even get 

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RAM board in a drab hrowfi carlor with jiottiing more 

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faleniBd one sho^vs you how skillful use oi OcJaMED's 
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Creating yotir own icon -launched AmigaOos scripts is as 
easy as latling off a rather lange piece ol wood wfien you 
Know tiow. Ffom writing Ihe script, to desigmrtg the icon, 
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Some quesHona seem just too slly to .ftsk bul Ifiare's no 
probtem too big or too small tor CU AMIGA. How do you 
program your Amiga? Wlhat is Kickstan? What use is ttie 
litUe slot on th* side of the A120Ci? All of tnese and more 
are answered by ihe sage-iike Ke^inedy-Leaning team. 



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never go out again. Mlaybe. Joirn Kennedy has been m 
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Over the last few months the buyers' guide 
has covered the process of how you buy a 
product, this month Andy Leaning shows 
you how to interpret an advert. 



Looking through tho various advertisemenis in 
CU AMSGA yoy'll quickly discover that there is 
a vast amount of inlonmation hickten away in 
I9ie taKi and photos on these pa^es. 

Most of these adverts are fairly ciear and help- 
ful, but there is still the occasional 'ad speak' 
sentence or vague statement waiting to catch you 
otf guard', Here we examine a typical advert and 
SKplain £taiemenis llkia: ai home warranty, whilst 
stocks lastr e&oe, n^^t working day and price 
match, same product - same price mean. 



Whilst Stocks Lastr Exactly what It 
means. The advertiser has secured limited 
slocks of a product. When Itiey run eut the 



At Home Warranty: 

This means that 'if the 
product breaks down 
a repair man will oorne 
to your house to repair 
it rather than you tuav- 
Irig to send it away. 
When comparing dif- 
ferent advertisements 
check the callou! 
lime - ie how long it 
will take lor a repair 
agent to turn up. 
The nonnal callout 
limes are 3, .24 
and 40 hours. 




Next Working Day: Most 

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of believing this 10 be the 

day after they've ordered, 

i\ »sn't. If you order goods 

on a Friday or, say, 

belore a bank holiday 

they will not arrive unlJI 

the following Monday or 

Tuesday - not Saturday, 



PiP: No this doesn't stand tor personal and pri- 
vatGn it means postage and packaging. Unless it 
cLeariy states that dispatch and postage are fre« 
you may assume that you'li have to pay extra tar 
k. In most cas<as the cost will be quoted. 

* This is a spedat advert created for this articfe. 



E&OE: Errors and 
Omissions Excepted. 

Adverts are usuaily pro- 
duced to very tight 
deadlines ie they are pro- 
duced quickly. In the 
computer mark&t product 
specifications can ctiange 
overnight, so mistakes are 
occasionally made. This 
abfarovialion essentially 
means that the advertiser 
can't be held responsible 
for mistakes in the advert 
and accepts that mistakes 
may occur. 



Price Match: These always 
look better than they are. You'll 
usually tind some qualifying state- 
ment such as 'at the manager's 
discretion' or 'on same product 
basis'. These usually rrean that 
the advertising company will only 
match the competitors' price if it 
wants to, or that it will only be 
matched- with companies offering 
exactly the same product and 
sp«CiHcatiOns. As most companies 
offer their own bundles it is rare 
that you'll find two companies 
offering the same products 
to price match. 



133 



OCTAMEP 4 TUTORIA 



WORKSHOP 




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PART 



The key to 
-.^ OctaMECs full 
liji power lies 
X2J within its 
I commands. 
This month we take a 
look at how they work, 
and what they can do for 
your tunes« 



COMMANDS 

Many of OctaMEOfs more powertui features are 
accessed through the commands. The commartds 
are all those letlefs and nunnbers next to the notes. 
Look at the diagrain tMlow ifa sea wtere me ooiri- 
mands sit on each line of the block. 



D-3 1I0C40 



tril* ii the nott, E»4 Thli lalht !►»» twe The issi ?«<> 
HMwiB not* D «n InwNimtm Eil[|l(* trt Pw dl|}lli *t% Uta 
Hm third flci*™- number EomiMiiMi *ilij*lflirlh* 

Cominands change the way instrymenis are 
played. Instead of just playing the sample Irom 
start to Unish, with cominands you can create vol- 
ume and pilch slides, arpeggio and vibrato efteets, 
and loads of other vaiiaiions, All 1h© command 
numbers and their values use heiadecimai, apart 
irom the volume command, which can be switched 
between hesadeeiinat and decimal. 

ARPeOGIOOO 

This creates simulated chords, by changing tte 
pitch ohhe instrument three times in quick suoees- 
sion. This resulting sound is similar to the 
pseudQH3hord sounds heard in old C64 game 
music. The root pitch o1 the chord is specified by 
the rjote you enter on the block. The two value 

digits speciiy 
the nest two 
notes 0* the 
chord, as 
semi -lone 
steps up 
from the orig- 
inal pitch. 
In the 
example on 
the lell, the 
insirument 
will be 



00047 
00047 
00047 
00047 
0047 
00047 
00047 
00000 



played as a majof C chord, using notes C, E and 

G, The note entered was C, which is the root pitch. 
The values of 47 speciiy E {4 semi -tone steps up 

the keytward from C), and G {7 semi-tone steps up 
the keyboard from C). To sustain the arpeggio 
effect, enter more commands in the following lines. 

SUDE UP 01 

Use this ID create upward pitch slides, It decreases 
the period of the note by the kmount ol the value 
on eaeti timing pulse. Don't worry if Hial sounds 




002 - 

003 - 

004 " 

005 - 

I) 6 



10 
00 1 O 
OO 10 
^U 10 
00 10 

0000 



conlusing, as you can create pitch slides without 
having to enter any pitch commands. See the 
panel on command slktes for ihs easy way re 
make pitch s^lides. 

SUDE DOVm 02 

As above, but slides down, 

POIffiAMEIIfO 03 

You car) use this as an alternative to the slide com- 
mands. The value sets itie speed of the slide. Take 
a look at the example hebow. 

The note wouk) first be played as a C When 
the third line is reached,, the note E is not played. 



00 ^^- 



05 - 
006 - 



10000 
00000 



[fPTH 



00300 

00300 



but the slide is started. The E specifies the destina- 
tion pitch of the note wfhich is alill playing {currently 
as C). The number 05 sets the speed o1 the pitch 
slide. The following commarKis of 3 continues lo 
slide the note up until it reaches its destination 
pitcli of E. All portamento commands after this has 
happened will be ignored. 

VIBIUII0 04 

Vibrato changes the pitch ol the instmrnent up anrd 
down very quickly. The first digit of the value sets 
the speed of the vibrato. The second sets the 
depth (the amount of pitch (luduaiion}. You can 



002 

003 
004 
005 
006 



inm 



use this to add some 'movement' to a short looped 
instrument, or just to add strange gargling effects 
to other sounds, it can also sound like the motor's 
packed^ up on your tape deck. 

SUDE AMD FAOE 05 

ProtfAcker com pati ble. 

Ttnis (S a combination of the portamento and fatte 
commands. Set a slide going by using the porta- 
mento oorTimgnd as explained atxsve. The 5 



46 

046 
0046 
004 6 
0046 
0046 
0046 



[&I)IiIW 




002 --- 0030 

003 --- 00502 
004 00502 



command can now be used to continue the porta- 
mento effect, and also set the sound fading out. 
The value is the fade speed, 

VIBRATO AND FADE 06 

Protracker compati ble. 

As above, but this combines the vibrato and tade 



000 



M^^vyi 



• &. < J'* 



commands. The value is the fade speed. Set up a 
vibrato, artdthen use the vibrato and fade com- 
mand to continue the vibrato at the previously 
defined rate, and fade out at the rate specified by 
the value. 

TREMOLO 07 

Protracker compati ble. 
This IS described as a kind of volume vibrato - it 
changes the volume of the sound at a specified 
rate. The first di^it ol the value sets the speed, 



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WORKSHOP 



{3 « O " 
00 1 - 



10 / D F 
Q O 7 o e 



while the second digit sets the amount ot cihan^e 
m volurne, To gontinu!9 the effect, insert 'Wank' 
uemolo conimands on roltowingi lines, as 
shown hare: 

HOLD AND DECAY 08 

Vou can s&t the hold and decay values with this 
command. The first digit of the value is the hold 



JO C-3 1082 



15 -- 



- 1000 

- 0000 



ls"t]i-- jf ihe note, and the second is the decay 
rate. Lower decay rates give lor>ger decays. Use 
-|- (entered by pressing PsturnJ in following lin&s to 
axlend the hold furtbBr than the sp&cified length, 

SECONDARY TEMPO 09 

This sets the secondary tempo [the number of tim- 
ing pulses per quarter note), Tfie value can range 
from to 2C, 

POSmON JUMP OB 

The song plays up to this command, and then 
jumps do another position in th$ play sequence. 
The song will then loop back to this specified point 
when it reaches the end of the song. This lets you 
have an introduclion sequemra which woukJ only 
play once. The rest at the song couW then loop for- 
ever, without repeating the intro. For example, to 
lump to position three in the play sequence, use 
a value of 0^. A value of 00 would jump to the 
flr^t position. 

SET VOLUME OC 

This sets the volume for the instrument, which 
overrides the default volume set In |he instrument 
parameter panel- Howewef , It does no override the 
relative volume of the track, set Irom ttie VOL 
panel, but it will be affected by It, The volume 
command normally uses decimal numbers tar its 



000 C-3 10C4 

001 --- 00D01 
002 00D01 



[''I'^Ki 



llliJiliK 



SYNTH JUMP OE 

When this is used with a synthetic or hybrid instm- 
ment, it tnggers a jump in the waveform sequertce 
list. It wrii jump 10 the line that oorresporKls to the 
value givEsn after the command, For example, in 



start of the sample, when you've got a iong 
instrument sound, but you want a. change in pitch. 
The example below plays the instrument at 6-3,, 
and then changes Hie pitch tO E-3. 

OFFi; Stops the song playing. This can be entered 
by clicking the STOP button whilst holding down 
the shift key. 

OFFF; stops the instmment playing in that track. 
This also works with MUDf instruments, and is handy 
for songs using more than (our sample channels. 



000 
001 



c-3 




1000 
0000 
OEO 




005 0000 



the case above, the synth sound would jump to 
line five in the waveform sequence, 

MISCELLANEOUS OF 

This commarKf has a number functions, depending 
on the values entered after It. 

OFQO: This makes the song to jump to the next 
block in the play sequence. If you are just playing 
one blook, it jumps bach to the top of lliat blot^,' - 

OFOI-OFFO: change primary tempo. This changes 
the tempo of the track. The value must be in hex- 
adecimal, but will be displayed in decimal on the 

tempo slider. Tempos between 01 and OA are 
compatible with Soundtracker. For more accurate 
oompatibillty, use the 09 command (in which case 
the secondary tempo should be set to 33). 

OFFI: plays the note twice. A line reading C-3 
20FF1 is the same as two consecutive lines read- 
ing C-3 20000 at double the tempo. 






J0 D-3 10C3 



0FF2: plays the note only once, but doesn't 
stam the note until ^attway through the line 
{half a rK}te later), 

0FF3; pjays the note three limes (very fast) 



COMMAND SUDES 

OctaMED 4 has a handy function for creating 
votume fades, and with a Ijit of trickery, you can 
use it to create slides for use with any ol the 
other commands. To create a volume sSlde 
between two notes, botin ot the notes must have 
their volumes specified by the C command, as 
in the picture below. 

fi/ove to any line between the two notes, and 
ctick the VOL button from the RANGE panel, 
making sure that edit mode is active. The lines 
between the notes will be filled with volume 
Cfimmands, ranging from the value of the first 
voiume to the second [see below), 

By creating a volume sli<te, and than chang- 
ing all the Cs to another number or letter, you 
can have automatic graduations of any other 
command. All the other commands use hex- 
adecimal values, so you should first change the 
volume setting to hex, Do this by clicking the 
HEX button from the PLAY pane!. Now your vol- 
ume slides will be in hexadecimal. 

If you want to keep your volume commands 
In decimal, remember to ci(ck the DEC button 
next to the HEX button after you have created 
the slide. 



value, but you can change to hex by clicking the 
VOL: HEX button from the main Play parte). 
Volumes can be changed when the instrument is 
first played, and also while it continues lo play. Ttie 

example above sets the initial volume to 30,, and 
(hen increases rl tO 60- By changing Ihe volume on 
each line, with a fast tempo, you can produce 
strobing effects that work well in dance tracks, 

VOLUME SUDE OD 

Slides the v/olume up or down. The first digiit of 
the value Is used to slide the volume up, the sec- 
ond to slide ft down. This has the advantage of 
being smoothei' than changes With the C com- 
mand. In this aKample, the instrument Is played 
with a volume of 40, then the volume is 
decreased over two lines, and then pushed back 
up to its original level. 



DFFS: turns the low-pass filter off. 
0FF9: turns the low-pass filter on, 

OFFD: changes the pitch of the sampla currently 

playing, without re-triggering it- This is very useful 
if you don't want a noticeable fump back to the 



m 



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O04 

006 



1 O00 



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10FF 

0ooe 

0OQO 



PITCH SLIDES 

■The pilch slide functions are similar to the voP~' 
ume slider. Enable edit mcwie, and position the 
cursor over the first note, or the line from which . 
you want the slide to begin. 

Click the SLIDE: 2 button from the RANGE 
panel, and the appropriate slide commands will 
be inserted to ihe following lines. Alternatively, 
use the SLIDE; 1 button, which creates a porta- 
mento type of slide. 



NEXT MONTH 

We conhnue with explanations of all the 
remaining commands next month, including 
all the MIDI commands 



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MASTERCLASS 



MIGA WORKSHOI* 



4 




In this month's 
masterclass, John 
Kennedy helps you do 
away with the Shell hy 
adding icons to scripts. 



Sometimes the boundaiy wher-B the Workbench 
Sfids and AmigaDOS begins can be a bit hanj 
to cross, This is especially |ru8' If you are exper- 
imensing wiiti AmjgaDOS scripts and want 10 cfieat* 
your own icon so thar the scripts can t>e esitcirted 
(nom the Woridsencli liJ^e any oltier program. 

Thainkfuliy, there is quite an easy way around 
Ihis problem J by making use of a special command 
hi<Wen away on the Workbench disk, iCONX 
[short for loon eXacute) lives in the Workbencti C; 
direciiory, and it is used to lie a script to an iicon. 

Let's create an exampie from scraieti. Once 
you have grasped how it works, it will be easy for 
you to transform your owi ArriigaDOS programs 
into dfck-and-go loons. 

FiiBt, tefs create an AmigaDOS scripit - a script 
is nothing more than a plain text lile full of Amiga 
DOS commands. The oommands will be executed 
in order, a^ though you had typed them by hand at 
the S^eN prompt- Use a text editor (not a Word 
Processor) to create a file containing the lollowing: 

echo 'PerEooning listing of disk 

directory- - ■ * 

dir 

«ehQ ~fill done. . , ' 

If you don't have GoldED (puWic domain} or 
Cygnus ED (a commercial product), use the 
Commoclore supplited ED command to oreate ttie 
file. It is important to use a text editor to ensure 
that no extra text formatting or style codes are 
atiowed to sneak into the text. Save the file to the 

Cr«a!l» ■ ■ultB^lB Icpn with |Fi« ItCnSdft prQgrwn (supplM H 
pun of Uh Worlcbench). If, llkt mt, you Cln't draw Hiiara an 
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Vou can check itie file to make sure it's cofrect 
with the TYPE commarid at Itie Shell: 

type ram :di rescript 

Istote that the case of the letters and filenames isnT 
importanit at the moment. Normally you could get 
this script to run by using the EXECUTE command 
at the Shell prompt, like this; 

execute ram:dir_script 

You rriight even have gone so far as to make the 

script execule automatically by setting the Script 
Hag., TJie concepi of file flags might be news 10 
you, 50 from the Shell enter the following: 

list rant; 

You should get a list something like this displ^ayed: 

dir_script . info 3O01 — ■ 

rw-d Today 11 ; 13 t 13 

dir_3cript 50 ■ — 

rw-d Today 11:09:35 

Disk. info 3664 — 



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rwed Today 


09 


54 


42 


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rwed Today 


09 


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35 


rwed Today 


11 


13 


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The Hags' are the series o* letters and dashes that 
appear atter the siza of the file. One of the flags is 
the Script flag, and you can sel it using; the PRO- 
TECT command: 

protect rart;dir_3cript +s 

Now when you perform a list, you sfiould see the 
extra flag present beside the dir_script file. You 
can unsat the flag using '-s' instead of '+s'. The 
other flags mark the files as read-able, write-able, 
delete-able and execute-able - you migiil want 10 
experiment with them, bul use your own test files 
father than important Woirftbendi utilities. 

There are others flags ($uch as hidden, pure 
and archive} which are less common. The flags 
are really only of use when ihird-party disk backup 
programs are tiain^ used. In any 
case, whon the dir.script ha&the 
'S' protection flag set. It will now 
execute automatically at the 
Shell. All you need to do is enter 
its name, tike fhis: 

dir_aeript 



This automatic execution is very 
useful, as it allows you to define 
your own new AmigaDOS com- 
mands. You can even pass 
parameters (such as. filenarrtes) 
into them, but that, as ihey say, 
is another story and it's still far 
from fieing our click=and-run 
solution. i=£eturning to that partic- 
ular challenge, the neiit stage is 
to use the Icon Editor program to 
create an icon. 



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AMIGA WORK5MO 



MASTERCLASS 



CU AMIGA'S UmilY OF THE MOmH 



' ytiiity you n«. ^ 

your Public Uc p 

your modem and gel f. ' ■■:h J.l 

immediaieJy, This prog: .. . " ^"ii1>( 

you are using your Amiga w ic or 
IBM PC I. ' see yow vij-V': 
yourduSv i Aoiiaa fan 

' fonts arid bar 1- . . '>lu- 

lionise your WorKbencri enviranmenl. They 
require an 1 6 colour Workbertcln display, and 
as you can see from the picture they look abso 

I: , - a rT^ultiBy^c fncfiilni and f5r« 

. using ii ld»gK ' you 

are running Vv , . , , 'J \A 

Retina or Spectrum lor example) you will be 
rewarded wilti a display which wouldn't look oui 
of place on a multi -thousand pound graphics 
workstation. 

The lile you need is MagtcWBt .2p.>hA and 
you'll find it on the Aminet in the ulils.'wb 
drawer- II should also be In the CU Amiga 
Information Vaul! if you can'l get it elsewhere. 

Toencoi; ■ " ->WB(arKJ 

alsooav 'm 

Hiiir -oecial col- 

led i. -<i thai 

stump up the cash 

Magic User Interface is .arL^fiL^r nood ulility 
which has a similar name 1. 3. but a '" 

^■n| purpose- Mr, iL.ir' semes of . 
Intuition Hs.pH '-:i1hfT ilian a Sft 
pretljf ptctun 

you a lot of w > 

which require MUl. but far ana away the r 
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stng program Mo.?tJ/c won't operate without fvlUI, so 
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Make sure you set ttie type of the icon to t>e a 
Project icon- This is Important, because If you get it 
wrong th& n^»$sary intematiofi can't be stored In 
Ihe icor^'s -info file. If you load in an existing icon 
rather than draw one, remernbdf to check thai the 
type hasn't tjeen reset- 
Save the new icon usirtg tl^e s.ame name as 
the script, and in this case put It in the RAM; disk 
too. Don't worry about the script getting owenwrlt- 
ten - it won't Im, as the '.into' suffix will be added 
to the nannfi- 

Now leave the 1cor>Edit program and use the 
Workbench Icon Information command (from Itm 
Icjon pull-down menu) to get a display ol icons. You 
now wHI need to alter the Default Tool to read 
IconX - rwthiing more, nothing less. Don't try and 



include anything after loonX or it won't work. 
select save, 



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Amazingly that's all there is to il. When you clidt 
on the loon you have just created, iconx will load 
and execute the dir_script file: just like that. Note 
that the script file doesn't have to have the 's' bit 
set, IconX will TLin it anyway, but if \oak at the 
Workbench Icon Inforrmation wirKlow you will see 
that it is set IQ be a scnpt. This is another way of 
setting the proteclion flags if you don't like the 
Shell- (Is Ibere anything that can'1 be done from 
Itie Workbench?) 

There is one thing you will have to make sure 
itiat of, and that is when you copy the icon any- 
wthere other than the RAM disk 

the script is copied too. This will 

usually be done aulomaticafly 
when the icon is dragged, but 
^ check to make sure. 



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ICOHEXniA 

There are lew extra facilities 
offered by IconX, controlled by 
adding items to the ToolTypes 
list. First of ail, you can specify 
the length of time {in fiftieths of a 
second) for wfiich the script win- 
dow opens- This is done with the 
DELAY= command. It you put 
DELAY-0 the window won't dis- 
appear until you hit Controi C 
with the window active. Be care- 
ful, a,s the case of itie letters is 
important in tfie ToolTypes list, 



Sacondty, you can control the size of frie 

Window which the script opens- tf you add the fol- 
bwiiriig to Hie ToolType ll^t: 

WIHUOW'sCOBI: 0/100/ 500/200 /My Script 
Window 

and a window 600 pixels wide and 200 lines long 
will be opened at coordinates 1 00 down and 
across on the Woftihench display. The title of the 
Window can be anything you specific in the 
ToolType, 

II you don't want the script to open a window at 
all, you can specify the window type iike itiis; 

WTNDOW=NIL: 

This can be uselvl for some utility programs - for 

example, I use it to run my Internet dial-up software. 



If you are planning 0<n improvirtg yo^r WorWMrKh, 
and especially if yOu have installed Magic 
Wofktjencti, there are plenty of ottier icons around 
waitirig for you to use. The Ijest place 10 loolt for 
them IS on iha Ami net, There are quite a few 
archives of icons buried away, and you can see 
some of the best in this screenshot bottom far left of 
this page. 

When using these icons, it is usually best to 
use iGonEditto load the original icon image, and 
then load tfie replacement icon over It- You must 
make sufie that all ToolTypes and Stack siaes aro 
maintained: you can chet^ by using Information' 
from the Workbench Icon menu- '33) 



DIR WORK TUTORIAL 



MiOA WORKSHOP 








The excellent DIR Work was September's coverdisk 

demo. Continuing on from last months coverdisk pages, 

Andy Leaning explores some more features of 

this fantastic program. 



PART 




Last monfri I covered the- basic file tools of DtR 
Work, such as Copy, Move, Delete, MakeDir, 
Show and Run etc This month 111 be covering 
the DISK functions of the program, But before 
doing so I'll brielly explain the remaining 'butlons 
thgt I didn't get aroynd to covering last month; 
ths^e being INSTANT, PLAYSS, PLAYMOD. 
INSTANT: will analysis the lile type currently 
selected and make an m|ellig«nl guess as to what 
can be done with the file and carry this out, A pro- 
gram for example will be run, a sound file will be 
played, whilst a grapfiic file loaded and displayed. 
PLAYSS; Will load and play sound fil^s in the 
8SVX m fOfmat, whilst PLAYMOD will play 



DISKCOPV: This copie* 
the entire contents of the 
disk in the drive idenijfied 
as SOURCE to that 
mariced as DESTINATION. 



FORMAT: 

ClicKing on this 

button will format 

Ihi^ di^k in the 

Destination drive, 

using a normal 

AmigaDos format 

command. 



mSKCHECK: Whan 

you click on this button 
Ihe program will try to 
read every bit of the 
disk in the SOURCE 
drive and test the disk 
for reliability in the 
process. 



INSTALL: Makes the 
source disk bootable. 



PraTracfcer and SoviWfsckef autiio files. 

The DISK functions (Format etc) can be 
accessed by clicking on the DISK button or the 
menu option 'FLOPPY DISK..COPY/INSTALL'. 
Tfie progfam can handle normal or high density 
disks, and when selected brings up a window 
containing a series of buttons. Clicking on these 
buttons allows you to select which disk ddves to 
use and what functions to carr^ put. The screen- 
shot b«low sfiows the requester that will appear 
when you click on this button, on the nest page 
you'll find a similar picture ccvaring the SYS but- 
ton. Next monlh we'll examine how to configune 
the program. 



WRITEBUF: Allows multiple copies ot a disk to 
be made. If two disks, are present and they are 
the same, DIR Work will keep the contents of 

them in memory. If you then insert a new disk 
into a drive you can dick on this button lo write 
the contents o! memory out to the new disk wilti- 
out having lo read the disj<i in first. 



[Tht Floppy Scrgm 



FFS, Cache, 
Internal tarial: These 

affect I he directory 
Structure of disks when 
formatted. FFS (Fast 
Filing System) means 
that the disk will have 
faster access times. 
Cache has a similar 
result. International 
will format the disk 
using an international 
test structure which 
can be recognised in 
other countries. 



SOURCE: The buttons 
below this label deter- 
mine which disk drive 
holds the disk you wigh 
to copy from, or check. 
The contents Of this drive 
will be copied to the disk 
in the 'destination' drive. 



□I Floppy Disk Qperat ions 



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DISKNAME: 

The name o( 
the disk after 

formatling; 

EMPTY tor 
example, 



DiskCopy I ^Inst <i l( | Fomat | J FFS J Cache 

Tornat Quick I J International 



^ DiskCheck 



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STOP: 

Aborts the cur- 
rent operation: 
Disk Copy, 
Format etc. 



Status: 



STATUS: A status win- 
dow telling you how tar 
the current operation: 
has got- 



VERIFY: 

Clicking on hene will 

double chec3t every time 

the pfogram writes 

something to the disk - 

makiog sure it has t>een 

written correctly. 



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QUICKFORMAT: Similar in result to tt^e nor- 
mal Format command, but uses a quicker 
technique. This does not format the entire disk, 
but rather just the tables at the start which hold 
the information about tJie disk contents - tor- 
matting these fools ttie Amiga into thinking that 
the disk is blank. 



OUfT: 

Jumps back 

to D\T Vioik 

main screen, 



DESTINATION: 

The buttons here signify wtiich 

drive holds the disk thai the source 

disk will be copied to. These are tbe- 
buttons on which you click to Install, 
Formal, and Format Quick. 



140 



AMIGA WORKS HO 



DIR WORK TUTORIAL 



TTie SYS button on the main DIR Work screen provkles a range o1 diagnosfc tods r&vealir>g the con- 
lent and capabilities of your Amiga, Clicking on th& SYS button brings up anotlief window, tills time 
containing a row of buttons at tHe bottom ot it. From these buttons you can find out practically every- 
thing you could want to know about the current state of your Amiga. 

These buttons cover botti the hardware and software configuration of your Bystem, Tlie pictures 
below give you an idea of the kind of displays and information each button reveals. 



CARDS: If you have 

a big box Arniga 
(Al500loA4<lOO) 
this will show what 
Zorro expansions 
you have. 



RESIDENT: 
Shows all pro- 
grama, tasks and 
libraries resident in 
memory at the 
moment- 




GENERAL: Tells you 

infofmation about the 
operating system and 
ch0s inside the Amiga, 
including the proc&ssor, 
myitis co-piTOcess, which 
version of Kickstart and 
Worktiench and the type 
of graphics chipset that 
you have. 






TASKS: 

Similar to RESIDENT, 

giving information 
about which tasks 
.are loaded. 



SCREEN.WINDOWS: 
Ever get confused about 

all the wirKkiwf^ and 
screens that are open on 
your system, DIF Worfi 
to the rescue! 



DOS DEVICES^ 
What device handlers 
(software) are linked to 
which DOS devices, ie 
what driver you've loaded^ 
to control the Hoppy drive., 
internal hard drive etc. 




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Scrtens/Hlndiwsl DffS De<>kes | 



VtDEO: 

Need to find the 

resoluftion of a 

particular ecreer^ 

mode? Click 

here to solve your 

problofTii, 



Libraries 



Ports Fonts llfiileo 



MEMORY: The configuration 
of your RAM etc. 



I R URMH^gSr 



PRIMT: 

Prints out the current 

dl&play, giving you a hard 

copy of the information 

current on screen. 



Hatch Svst«ft 



DEVICES: 

The names and 
addresses for the 
various software 
drivers for the hard- 
ware interfaces, such 
as the keyboard, and 
system tifner. 



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UBRARIES; 

If it's been a while since 
you spfingi cleaned your 
boot disk you've proba- 
bly got loads of unused 
libraries Hoating around. 
This will help you find 
out what libraries are 
being used. 



RESOURCES, — — 
INTERRUPTS, PORTS: 
These three buttons are 
probably only useful to 
programmers, and reveal 
what software drivers are 
being used. 



QUIT: 

Jumps back 
to the main 
DIR Work 
screen, 



FOMTS: 
Pretty obvious 
really, what fonts 
are in use, 



141 



ANIMATION TUTORIALS WOIIK$HOI> 



iOA WOIIKSROP 





The fourtK in 
our unique 
series of expert 
animation 
guides mixes 

fun and professional 

projects using 

HefuxeFa/nf or Brilliance. 

Why animaie? Anyone who lias cre-atod an 
animation will know the answer - it's a 
combiinalion ol Ihe sense of achieve men! 
in actually getting a compuiec to turn your dreams 
into reality, and ttie chance to let your imagination 
loose and create the impossible. 

And the bonus fof thosa with high ambitions is 
thai you can use your secfuences as vidoo titles or 
as opening scene-setlers for a display of static 
graphics. Like the genius demo-makers who 
spend months on a five- minute flash of inspiration 
on ttie Amiga, it can just be Art tor Art's sake. 

So whatever your reasons for developing your 
animation skills, this month's tutorial will hopefully 
oHer $off\& new ideas end a little inspiration to 
help you get the v&ry most out of your Amiga and 
your chosen drav^ing package, whether it's 
DeluxBPaini or Bntliance. 



TUT01HAL I 




7i32> linnxy/J 



Objoct: usfng a morphlng brush, to melt one 
ot}j«ct trfto another as a title for a wedding video. 
Mode: Brilliance, 32 colour low-res; default 
palette; 20 frame sequence 

Aithoush this example would make a good 
video tiUe, the techniques used can be employed 
lor any animation where pan of one objecl 
morphs, or changes into another in a surprising 
way. In this e>; ample you'll also learn how to make 
quick and easy wood-grain effects . 

V Ttie lectern on which |he book stands is mede 
up cf two rectangles. Select mid brown as the fore- 
ground cok>ur and draw a filled rectangle in the 
middle of the screen, as in the iifustration. Using a 
fafown whitch is one stage darker . draw the thin rect- 
angular lips on the top and bottom, and add a lighl 
brown high-iighfon the top edges of the thin rectan- 
gles. The stand is simply a verttcai rectangle centred 
under the larger one, with a fhin rectangle acting as 
a 30 slide on the rigfn-hand side. 

O Rectangles again, this lime they are tor the book 





FlvB ntctartglaH, inij y^u'vf bM'll yp>ur4acniTnL Npta th^ hlgriitflht 
on iBudtng odgei. 

renting on the iecierrt. First of all draw out a white 
tMok-shaped box, then use a Ihin grey rectangle on 
the left of this to simulate the spine. A iittie hand- 
drawing on the top edge and you should be abie to 
curve the spine realisQcally. Add a single-pijteE 
Ufifjiled black rectangle slightly inside Ihe edges of 




A whil* rvctangi*, ■ potygon tlwtfow, and the book I* In plao*. 

the book to give it a little detail. A very nice touch 
is the shadow cast by the book. This indi^cates thai 
it is leaning at an angle, an*d is simply a lilted poiy- 
gon using the same colour as the dark brown 
lootem edges. 

© The wood tiegins to look more realistic now with 
the addition of a little grain. This is created by draw- 
ing a 3cfii by Scm irnage consisting of squiggle lines, 
Jse the same colour as we did' lor Hie edge high- 
lights on the lectem, and cul this out as a bnjsh. 




Tttat's all you need; and to actually paint it on easily . 

we can call on Briiliance's Stencil function. 

O Right click the Stencil tool {the tener S) to bring 
up the stencil requester. Now I know this can 'tie a 
bil contusing^ but here's how to protect every colour 
t>ut one - and that's the colour we used tor the 
lectem, which is so badly in need of wood-grain. 
Click on Clear to start with a clean slate, then dick 
on Select, and click on the main lectem rectangle. 




A quicic way Iq slmutats WDcd gnaln- biiibII bnjBli, ■ itencH, 
and it's dona. 

You should see a wtiite halo appear on the palette 
around the colour to show it's selected. Now clk;k on 
Invert, then on Colours, The halos circle every 
colour EXCEPT your brown. 

O Select Freehand draw, and with your brush 
active, you can paint on-screen now to your 
heart's content, safe in the knowledge that you 
won't harrr- any of your drawing; paste the grain 
brush randomly on the lectern - remembering to 
leave a fair amount of the original colour intact - 
until you are happy with the woody feel of it. Bear 




A iin* ttf mt It Addtd, yh cin mh m* (tw aiirt oi th* 
AMmferuiA *howlng a ribbon In piao*. 

in mind, though,, that il doesn't have to be perfect 
because it's only a background detail. 

O Switch off the Stencil with a click of the pointer 
on the S, Call up the Animation menu (click on the 
tool which looks like a movie camera) and enter 
20 as the frame count alter clicking on the Set # 
button, We'll be doing some intermediate drawing 
work now, so pre*s key j to move to the Spare 
screen. Draw out a ribbon -shaped long-red rect- 
angle for the bookmark, and a<M a tew tassels on 
the lower end usir*g the single-pixel Ire^harwi tool. 



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TIm libtion irtiinBlD WCtpH Into our aKHKl hruih ,,. 

O Right click on the A tool to bring up th& text 
requester, and choose a rnediurri -sized font 
(mine was 4ept). Draw two short lines of text. 
using your own names if you like. Cut out the rib- 
bon a* a brush, and with the darkest ol the grey 
range of colours as your fgreground, press the o 
key to outline ttie edges, SO il can be seen better, 
and paint It back down. Do Itie sanne with the text, 
as it helps the leltere to- stand out. 

O Cut out lhe ribbon, and ngtit click on the 
Scissors tool 10 bring up the Brush menu, then click 
ttie brush into storage slot one {the first of the 
siamp-sized rectangles in the requester), Similarly, 
cut out the text, but place it in the second slot 




... and II transfamiB, kt nhDvei 1<^ i;s ii&<'> acatlon ... 

%j' Mih your text as the cumently active brush, call 
up the Afitmbmsh menu (right click the icon 
showing sdssors and prcijeclor together) and enter 
20 in the Frames box in the Morph section; click or 
ttie small number 1 undef the From section, to indi- 
cate you want the brush in slot 1 {the ribbon) to 
morph into your current brush (the text). This will 
take a while as the profsss completes. You should 
now store your Animbrush in slot 3 of the bmsh 
menu r&questertor sale-keeping {rtght-dtck on the 
scissors tool to access). 

CD Switch back to your main drawing screen {key j}, 

and call up the Path oS motion menu {yoii can call it 
up by clicking on ih&Tweening icon, which looks 



. unlll II reaches tti deitlrittlcn, and li revMH. 



like a stack of papers, or press keypad 3, which is 
the menu hot-key for animation). Ensure your 
Animbrush Is ounently active (if it isn't, retheve it 
from the brush storage slot); Position the first ce(l 
which will be the oriigiinal ritsbon, where you want it 
on the book, ar^d right click the mouse liutton. 
Immediately do two things - press key u to return 
your image to the way it should tie, and ipress key 7 
to nrove the Animbrusti back a oeH. 

® On the path of motion requester, click on start, 
then brush to set the position you just registered. 
Now press key S until your Animbrush reaches the 
last cell, which shows the text. Positior> Hnis on 
screen where yoy; want it to appear, and as In stage 
ID, Undo this action (u). and rrmve back a cell (7), 
On the fnotion requester, click on End, and From 
Brush, to set the final position ot the Animation. TIP: 
Spa<^ bar will ctearthe overcrowded menu clutter, 
afK] return it after you've finished drawing. 

H^ Click on Draw to see your Animbrush drawn or 
screen, beflinnirtg lite as a bookmark, then chang- 
ing over 20 frames to ^»ll out the message - 
moving as it morphs, An elegant use of some very 
fMwerful features 

htoss: How atx3ot art outline map ot a country 
morphing into i^'s name? Or a seedling morphing ' - 
into an oak tree to show stages of development? 



TUTOmAL 2 



Tha itiiVw It *bcvi to llMillin. 

It's also a doddle to do. 

O Possibly the hardest part of the sequence is 
the movie theatre Itself, Out it you look closely at 
the illustrations,, you'll see it 's constructed purely 
of rectangles. First ot all, select dark blue as the 

background colour (right click on it in the palette) 
and clear the screen. 

Draw a wkie and deep mid-grey rectangle tor 
the screen. Add thin re<J rectangles ai the top and 

both sides for the plush curtaining, and add a few 





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ObftcU to simulate a movie theatre showing an 
old sileoi movie, to act as a title for your own art 
display or video. 

Jlfode: DPaint 32 colour low- res; default palette. 

It's a nice, ironic twist, to use the metaphor of 

a silent movie as part o( a computer animation. 



Crummy pnieeiianhst hii titrtri tuciwlno iha mini iMd*f . sisp 

tftimpllta Ih^aa feett 

folds to these l:>y using a darker red, and ttie 
straight-line single-pixel drawing tool. 

Switch to the spare screen (jji.To create the 
'audience', select the freehand filled drawing tool, 
and using dark grey as the foreground colour, draw 
out the shapes of several heads on a block around 
4crr) deep. Don1 worry it they look like turnips - ifs 
not very precise! Cut out these heads as a bmsh. 
and vnth mid-grey selected as foreground colour, 
press key o lo outline them and gi've them a cine- 
matic halo. Paint Ihem in front of an<] below the 
screen; press key x to flip the heads brusti horizon- 
tally, and paint ttvem a lew cms lower down the • 
screenn slightly off-set from ttie first row. 

O Do the same again until you have a row of heads 
three deep. How's that for ms:^ conservation? 




The teict now bscomM rnOh* rte^gnitfllila an thi inlmttlan 
man ll> and, 



How ttii home Oirmmn l» twUl up; rwtantjlM for m* acneen and 
cumins, *nd a IIIM hwhand bnith l«r lh« WJCllariCB. 



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irt In stom i wcHldar? 



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143 



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iOA WORKSHOP 



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Loon *l the scralchBi Oit Utk* HWfl, 

Tidy up Ihe audience to give Ihem straight 
left, right and bottom edg&s. Call up the Anim/ 
Frames/ Set # menu, and create 25 Irames 
t>as^ on this image. 

A bt of the oid movies twgan wil^ a count- 
down of numbers, and if the projectionist was a bit 
dozy, the audience would see them. We can cre- 
ate thai effect now. Switch to the spare page (key 
j), cl&ar it and draw out a tioilow mid-grey circie of 
around Gem diameter u&ing thie medium round 
bais-h. Cutout the circie, and paste it on screen 
four times, Using a large font, add the numbers 5, 
4 and 3 to a cirde irt turn, leaving one blank. 

Cut oul itie 5 circie, and switct) to frame one of 
the animation. Paint it down in tiHe centre Of the 




tsefore painting it down. Do this for the next six 
frames. Th& reason is that it will make ttie text 
appear to jump, iike an oid film might in a rickety 
projector . 

Do the same with the second portion of test, 
pasting it on scrsen until you reacti ttie end of the 
Finimation. (Remember to move it slightly fromi 
l"-.;i!ne to frame), 

© Playing back the sequence now (key 4} stiows a 
riice, cSean effect. But we need to degrade it to give 
it a fake old feeling. To do this, switch lo the spare 
screen, and using the straight line tool draw 
streaftS of around 6cmi down the screen in light and 
mid grey - as if a comb with teeth missing had 
been dragged down |he screen. These will be our 
'authentic' celluloid scratches. Cut out the lines as 
a brush, and go back to the animation screen, 
beginning at frame 1 . 

® To protect your drawing from tiaving scratches 
put in the wrong place, make a stencil O'f every- 
thirvg except the colour used for the screen; Call 
up the Stencil requester - Effect\ stes^irvmake) 
and select the colours to proteci. Click on Make 
Stencil.) Now you can pami jour scratch brush 
on the screen: just one click of the button to 
place tbe lines, then advance a frame (key 2) and 
move the brush down slightly and click again. Do 
this throughout the length of the sequence until 
you're happy with the eflect, When you are, turn 
off the Stencil. 

® The showman-like lettering above the screen 

ts llashy and quickly achieved: write out your tewt 
on the spare screen, add a dark drop shadow 
and outline it before cutting it out as a brush 

Frorr the Brush menu, select Brush.'bendiVerli- 
cal, and push up the brush until it forms a nice 
curved arc. Place this manually on each Irame, 
remembering thai this time the brush shouldn't 
move between frames! 

ltteas:Once your cinema is set up, you can 
indulge in 50's style wipes and fades using differ- 
ent shades of grey. Or place a digitised 
sequence in- that setting for a lovely effect. 



HaiB'a ■ quteh >gulde ta getting a ni«*,Wivi»W* tor yaur 
cJrHnM «erMn, Cm the brush, shadow li ih«fi b«nd li. 

screen. Switch lo the spare screen again, and cut 
out the 4 circle. Swritch to the animation screen, 
and position your new brush over the first one - 
but don't click the mouse button yeti advance a 
frame by pressing key 2, and now paint down 
brush two, which win be in the right place provided 
you haven't moved the mouse! Cut and paste the 
3 brush in the sanne way, and use the emptj^ circle 
for frarr^es 4 and 5 of the animation (fof sorrva rea- 
son the numbers 2 and i are never used on the 
film leader). 

O Go to the spare screen, and clear it. You can 
TKm enter your text- I've used two items, a title 
'Home Movies", and a credit by-line. I wrote the 
text in da* grey, and cut it out as a brush; before 
going to the animation screen, outline the text by 
selecting Mack as the foreground colour, and 
pressing key o. Swop back to the animation Ckey j) 
with your first portion of outlined text; you should 
be on frame 6. Advance a frame (key 2) so there 
will be a l -frame pause between the numbers fin- 
ishing and the text appearing. 

Pasle down the text centrally on screen. 
Don't move the brush and press key 2 to 
advance a frame and paint down the texl again. 
f^ow here's a novelty - 1 WANT you lo move the 
brush a few mm up, down or from side to side 



miiki 



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DRNNT: 



SSf J;i M 



Obfect: To mimic a sheet of paper turning over 

to reveal a message underneath. 

n/hde: OPatnt, 32 colour lowres; default palette; 

20 frames. 



RadHiBls* t^ln • bvt ll'li. wlul yiou do will) llwin that mottars. 




TIh pM, ■ mo* t«4jJch to the image, la S eomb^nallan (rl nilM) 
^rldltftl rtdi^nglaa snd slrvsli lint hlgihll^hls. 

A feature much- loved by dramatic movies for 
things like calendar sheets flipping over, this is a 
simple version of the turning page effect. 
Although we -do not curve ttie lop sheet realisti- 
cally as' it turns, at the rate the animation plays 
and given the added dtlficulty, this is still a very 
competent and rewarding effect, 

O The blotter backdrop is optional, but you 
should try to do it lor a couple of reasons; it pro- 
vides a f ratine of reference for the viewer, and 
could be useful for other projects you might like 
to base around it. The basis is a large green rect- 
angle which almost fills the screen, whose 
background is sel to mid blue. 





Kop«hjllVlllil> dli^nm. lennilh^i ivnn the dtttnwl IntlructJona, 
should Inip you cr*»l« the Initial wlp« whicti l«eida i^» itwf Id 
the lumlng pigt effacl. Stick with It - If* worth the Bifort, 

O The cork effect is achieved by speckling four 
lif ht shades of brown on a dark brown 3cm x 

3cni square. Use the single pixel brush to dot 
speckles randomly, then cui out this area as a 
brush. Call up the Fill requester (Flight click the 
paint can tool), and following that select From 
Brush and Pattern. 

Now, when you draw out a filled rectangle. It 
will be filled with a repetition of the brush, Draw a 
rectangle for Ifie cortt over the green as shown in 
the illustration, leaving 3 cm at either edge. Add 
a single-pixel light green highliight line to the top 
edge, and one to the inside edge of (he right- 
hand side of the blotter. 

The pen, another touch of realism, is made of 
two thin rectangles filled with a horizontal grey- 
gradient. To select a gradient, call up the Ranges 

requester from the Colour menu and place a dark 
grey colour at one end of the placement bar^ and 
white at the other. Then call up the Fill requester 
again, and select the hori gonial fill feature (citc'^ 
on the butlon showing arrows going left and 
right). The nib and gold pocket clip were drawn ir 



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■Rn Wottar lorms h clovar btcudrap Id (hs #*:)««»«. h'» a rillmJ 
mctangle using a siMll *«««l(a«l brush u tfrt p^Hern. 

magnify mode, and are simply slraigHt lines. Cut 
flut the pen, and ouiiine it in black (key o with 
black selected as the drawing colour) before 
placing it in an appropriate ptace on the blotter. 

OTo add realism, using the magnify mode draw 

a dark edge lo the rigtit of the pen as it rests on 
the blotter. This creates a realiy great shadow 
and gives ttie pen a really solid feel to enhance 
thie grajdient higtilights. 

©Mow the tiackground is compieie, save it- We 
have other things to do now, and we need to 

clear the ctecks for the animation. Don't worry, 
we'll be loading it back soon. 

O Clear the screen to black now. Go to the fill 
r&queslef and click on Solid, Draw out an A4- 
shap&d^ white rectangle, which will be our sheet 
of paper. Create 10 Irames based on this simple 
image (Anim/Frames,''set # pull-down, menu). 

O Go to the spare screen (j) arvd select the 
filled polygon tool:; dear away the menus by 
pressing key F1 (return it the same way when 
you need it. For now we meed to work on the 
entire screen area). 

Draw a white polygon which starts in the top- 
right cofner, goes to the lett bottom csorner, 
moves 5cm to ttie right, then slopes upwards at 
the same angle as the first line to 5cm below the 
start of the drawing, then joins the start position. 
This is more difficult to explain than to do; a 
glance at the illustration should bo a big help! 
This is our wipe tool, so cut it out as a brush, and 
go to the first frame of the animation. 

O Call up the line spacing requester {right click 
on the line tool), and enter to in the N Total box; 
activate the N Total button before finally closing 
the requester. 

Select black as the drawing colour, and press 



key F2 to turn your brush black. Select the line 
drawing tool, and place^ your brush at the lower 
left corner ol the scresr^. 

With your finger continuing to press the Alt 
key, draw out a line to Ifie top left of the screen, 
and let go of the ALT key. The wipe brush will 
work up screen, one frame at a time, erasing por- 
tions of the while rectangle as it goes. 

After It has finished you will need to Hdy up 
the animation by filling with black the bits of white 





tan t jU8l miki* ir* out -. Hut* tWW ** undwHlda d1 the l«im- 
ing pt^ pHl« 4i»elc and ■art* to ovBrlap onto the Uetttr. 



rectangle left BELOW the path of the wipe brush. 
Erase all traces of the paper after frame 10. 

O Phew! A quite complicated description, but if 
you followed it OK you should have an animalion 
now which shows a rectangle of white disappear- 
ing gradually by being wiped Irom its bottom right 
corner to its top left, 

<|j)| We're going to add the 'underside' of the turn- 








Th« mowinfl paga tunW, tnd Uficovars a me»w^ lUSt wading 
tc b#niBd ... 



Tha nwBMgi It atHKfl uncovBrBd, 



ing page now. Call up the Stencil requester, and 
protect ever colour EXCEPT the white used for 

the sheet of disappearing paper. Choose light 
grey as the drawing colour , and call up the Fill 
requester again and erasure the fill type Is Colour. 

The next addition to the drawing requires a lit- 
tle imagination. Go to frame 1 , We're adding the 
'turned' portion to the paper, so the amount of 
'turn' should roughly be equal to the bit of the 
page that't missing. 

So choose filled rectangle as the drawing tool, 
and place your crosshair where the bottom and 
right edges of the pajior would have been, if we 
hadn't wiped them. 

Draw upwards, and let go of the button when 
I he top and left edges of your new rectangle are 
in the position from where the white paper has 
been cut. 

Repeal this for each nibbled page", advancing 




,„ atKl 1h« lop tlHMl diHppWTB ntf Vra lOp nil o* flu nerMn. 

a frame at a time by pressing key 2- 

® Do thi$ for the remaining frames, overlapping 
tha top left of the white paper as the turned por- 
tion becomes larger than the section which is left. 
To do this, turn oft the stencil to allow you to 
draw on the background. 

You will reach a stage when there is nothing 
left of the while rectangle, but you should still 
draw your grey rectangle, disappearing off the 
top left of the empty screen. 

® On the spare screen, draw out a red rectan- 
gle the same size as the white one we've just 
been animating, and cut rt out as a brush. Go to 
frame one of the sequence, and call up the 
Siencil requester. Protect every colour EXCEPT 
black, the background. HarKi position the red 
sheet 'under' the white one, and paste it down on 
every single frame. 

As the Irames progress, you should see the 
white one uncovering the red one Once all 
frames are completed, turn off the stencil. 

® Go to ttie spare screen and load in the blotter 

(remember that?). Go to frame one of your ani- 
mation, and from the Pieture\Spare menu, select 
Merge In back (American for behind), and tell 
DPami to do it to all frames, 

YOU will see your blotter appearing behind 
your animalion. We did it I his way to avoid over- 
complicating the animation process, and it's a 
technique you can use to make your life easier, 
building up an animation a piece at a time. 

^Xs The lettering Is up to you, You could well 
save the animalion as it is now to be used as and 
when needed. 

When placing the words, it's simply a matter 
of activating the stencil and protecting every 
colour except whichever sheet you're placing the 
words on; keep white unprotected for writing on 
thai sheet, and ke«p the red unprotected for writ- 
ing there. 

A wordy tutorial - though no excuses; it 
avoids problems over uncertainty, and opens up 
riore complex ideas for you to try, and to mould 
into your own need&. 

We£?s: You COUld have one picture turning 
over to reveal another. In this case you could 
actually cut out the 'turned" portions, and flip the 
brushes to create the underside of the actual 
Image being turned-. SlighBy advanced - but we 
might even include it in a later tutorial. '2> 



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MIDI and anytliin^ 
that makes a 
really loud noise. 



Miscellaneous, 
tools to k&sp 
your Amiga 
running smoothly. 



Form-feeds, 

pagB- breaks, 
^ prefefer^ces and 

* lols lots TTore! 




Monitors. TVs, 
*-> modulators, 
^^ screen -mod&s 
t' and all that s.tutf. 



PijeelS, Sprites, 
animation, pic- 
tures. In one smali 
word: graphics. 




li 



lao 



Spreadsheets, 
databases, organ- 
isers, accounts ... 



Not everything fits 
into a pigeonhole, 
but anything you 
like fits in here. 





NEW WB FOR ME 

Having read 
t^m ^ your August 

issue, one 
small article 
loapt out at 
me -the 
news that 
Blittersoft 
were offering 
an olfidal upgrade to V'erslon 3.1 cyf 
Wofttbencfi, even tor my humble 
Amiga Al 500. What does upgrading 
include? Does it matter thai I don't 
tiave an AGA ctilpset? 

I also hava a GVP 030 SOMHj; 
Combo accelerator. Will ttiis present 
any major problems should i ctioose 
to upgrade? 

Mr. P. TageBrt, Wootton Bassett, 
Wiltshire, 

The upgrade kit Includes a new 
KIckstart ROM version 3.1 [or two 
ROMs tor ttie A4000;A1 20O], Six 
disks and a set of manuals, tt pro- 
vides an operating system that 
looks simDarto Workbench 2, but 
includea all the extras in version i 
(^uch as datatypes) and a law 
rr^ore nic^ bits and pieces (such as 
support for CD-ROM drives). 

To upgmde tlie A1S00, you will 
need to open the case, remova the 
otd ROM and Insert the new chip. 
You wiH then need to Install tfie 
sottware by Following the on- 
screen Instructions. It should take 
half a hour maximum - the hard- 
est part la rememt»r)ng not to grip 
the ROM too hard and letting It 
spin round In your fingers and 
Stab you. John has dor>e this sev- 
eral times and It Isavaa an 
extremely weird scar. 

The fact that the AG A chlpse! Is 
not present In the A '(500 ia not a 
problem - In fact, It was partly for 
this reason that the upgrade was 
made avaiiabie in the first place. 
Now there Is a standard Amiga 



operating system platform and 
ariy Amiga, from the A 500 up^ can 
use Workbench release 3 pro- 
grams and utilities. 

Even better, If you have a graph- 
ics card such as the Pli^asso fined 
to your A1SO0 {which would be a 
very smart move on your behalf by 
the way) you'll now be able to open 
wbai were up to now AGA-only 
Workbench displeys. Ttie GVP 
accelerator should contlinue to 
worli perfectly, so your AtSOO will 
ilie almost Identical to an 
A40O0/O3«. 

Unfortunately, the 3,1 ROMs 
will not work lin the CDTV - 
although 3.1 contains CD-ROM 
code, it's not the right CD-ROM 
code. The CDTV remains ttie only 
Amiga locked into KIcKstart 1.3, as 
the relevant 2,QA ROMS never 
made it tteyond developer status. 
Boo, hiss. 

FASTI R (BUT NOT 



TOOnSTI 



My Amiga 



t*_ja 




set- up con- 
sists of an 

A500 ccm- 
pDter, a GVP 

ASOOHD 
Impacl Series 
2 hard drive 
and 4Mb of 
Fast RAM. 1 use it mainly for Desktop 
Video work and DTP. 

I am interested in accelerating miy 
Amiga with the Supra Turtio 28Mhz 
card which plugs into the side sKpan- 
Sion of the A500. 

I would like to know your opinion 
on these type of accelerators, as I do 
not wish to upgrade to an A 1 200 as a 
lot of gear is not compatible with it. 

I would also like to Know if accel- 
erating the ASOO will speed up 
printing with Wordworth and 
PageStrearj}. Thank you. 
Francis Laus, Mosta, Malta. 



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If onty GVP had kept their promise 
of upgrading the ASOOHD+ to the 
accelerated version there would 
be an obvloua upgrade patti to the 
much faster 6&0GO for you. Yes, 
the Supra Turbo will speed up 
your system but not by a very 
great deal, as th« CPtJ remains a 
eeOOO which Is cramped by the 
16bit memory bus. An A5QO0 020 
or eSOOO O30 card would be batter, 
these were manufactured in the 
UK by SSL. I hava been using a 
sacondhand one I bought for 
£50 and have nev'sr had a problem 
wtth h. 

t1awev«r, you really must con>^ 
sider upgrading to an A1200. The 
improved graphics capabilities will 
make your DTV material look a lot 
better, and the faster Chip RAM 
(it's now 32>bit thanks to the 
68020] will wpeed up youf DTP 
programs. There are several good 
degfsder programs which should 
help any stubborn old programs 
Yvork with the new Klchstarli, but 
best of all if you keep the ASOO 
system you'll be able to use 
ParNFT to provide your A 1200 
with a cheap (albeit slow) hard 
driwft system. 

Any apeed-up system will 
reduce the time you spend wait- 
ing tor these programs to print - 
although even with an A400a you 
can watt a long time when fancy 
scalable fonts are baing used. 



All Thase new mDrrllor IVP«* irv po«lbl« 
5 with Workbonth 3.t tna II you don 'I hnwo nn 
AGA Amkgi, tnrt ri*vn I QmphlcB card you 
ciiri now op«ni Warttbench display. 



AMIGA WORKSHOP 



Q & A 




TOO SLOW? 

I own a t Mb 

A500 which 
uiHil recently 
has wa'i<ied 

psrt&ctly. Now 
it has started 
crashing all 
too (requentty. 

It may b€ a 
Goincidance but it only seems to hap- 
pen with my 1 Mb games. 

Whilst looking through some 
coverdishs f found Syslnfo and dis- 
covered that apparently my 68000 is 
running at 6,94 Mhi {not 7.14) and' 
my 512K expansion is actually Slow 
RAM! Please help? 
Jonathon Sears, Essex. 

The' sp««d of your 6S000 la within 
the margin of error, m don't vrarry 
about that. Also, yourSISK exp>Hn- 
aion la inde«d Slow RAM. Only the 
latest A5D0>s hed a new improved 
Agnus which could addrasa more 
that 51 2K of Chip HAM. Syslnfo 
should be abia to let I you which 
yours is. On 512 K Agnus compvt- 
era the extra trapdoor memory is 
called 'Slow RAM'. 

If you have a 1Mb Agnus, you 
CBr> alter the A500 to use the trap- 
door as Chip RAM (mora aamples 
arid mora screens open at onoa} 
but as you only play games ttiere 
would be rw f«Bl benefit 



smaller than it should tie and it is 

blurred. The computar sbop that I 

bougtit it from has closed down and I 

can't gat any help , 

Colm McKennB, Armagh, N. 

Iraland. 

How small a displav'? Blurrad In 
what way? Ara you using a TV or a 
monitor? You ahould be abIa to 
see our problem hers Oolm - It's 
hard to taJl exactly what's going 
on, but here are some guasaea. 

First of all, us« the Preferences 
program callad ScraanMode to 
change the display type to PAL 
HIRaa In 16 coloura. Saw this set- 
ting. Next use the QverSoan 
preferencas program to centre the 
display and stretch It out the 
screen size as much as poaalbla. 
Sava thaaa aattlngs too. 

You should now bava a 
Worhtwnch display that is at laaat 
G40 by 258 pixels big. If you want a 
large display, you can uaa HiRes 
Lftca, which will double the dis- 
play to give you 512 l!ines but at 
the expense of some fjickar. These 
Instructions will work If you have a 
TV or a normal monittH'{such as a 
Philips CMBS33), 

K you have a multlsyrrc monitor 
uae the DblPAL, Super72 or 
Multisync Productivity modes 
Inatead lor a larger and flicker tree 
display. Always rememtiar to boot- 
from the hard disk (not n lloppyji 













SyttiitO Is grBAl at q uickty idenlliylnig th* 
■chip* in )I9W AjDlgBi ind iIid good for • 
Hu\c\t jrujlcaltafi ol t|>Md. McttdldAr ASDDa 
will havB B 5t2K Agnus, although Chll «M hli 
* ifwcially Buihaficed 1Mb Otwli* chip nilMl. 

However, it sounda as fbough 
your rrhemory expansion Is atarting 
to play up. If the RAM chips are In 
sockets, It is posslbia that a chip 
has worked Its way loose slightly, 
so take the card out and press hH 
the chips firmly. 

Ytut should also get IT Bit 
Software (tel: 0§24 366 9B2) to 
sand yOM their disk full of diagnos- 
tic programs, which will test the 
memory thoroughly In caaa one of 
the ehlps Is ma Ifu notion Ing. 



and sava the settingis you make. 

As far as the blurred screan 
dlapiay Is coni>arned - well, that 
depends. Are you using the nnor- 
mal RF out into a colour TV? If so, 
the display won't be perfect and 
you will need to experiment with 
tuning the TV. Older TVs simply 
won't work wall at all and there Is 
not a lot you can do about It- If 
you have s modern TV wJth a 
SCART aockei at the batk, get a 
specific tead to connect the 
Amiga's RGB output to the TV. 
Most computer hard and game 
shops sell these for about £10 and 
thay make a big difference, 



SMAU. AND BLURRY EASY MINTING 




I have 
recently 
bought an 
A 1200 with 
an 8D Mb bard 
drive. The 
Wort( bench 
display is far 



r»i, 




I have ar> 
A60Q witha 
1Mb Upgrade, 
eonnecledto 
a Citizen 
Project 1 1 
Inkjet piintar. 
Wbat software 




would you recommerid for printing 

graphics? It must be easy to use - 1 

tried DbIuxs Paint (tl and could not get 

it to work. 

Michaal Foster, Cbesterfiefd, 

Derbyshlra. 

Yo«j couMn't get Deluxe Patnt to 
print? Bad nawa. I'm afrHkl ft would 
be dWIcult to flr>d something that la 
simpler to use. 

Check the mariual carefully and 
try again. Make sura you have 
selectad' the correct pdnter In the 
Workbench Prafarances Printers 
program. 

If you still an stuck, you might 
corisider some of the Studio Printer 
software which Is available from 
JAM, 75 Greatflelds Drive. Uxbridge 
Vm 3QN. (tel: Q189S 274449). 

COMM5 QUERIES 

I have ownad 
my A500 tor 
over thfee 
years, and 
have been 
raading youf 
excel lent mag- 
azine ance I 
first got it. I 
have recently become i^nte rested in 
Comms and have a (©w queshons; 

1 . Is CompuServe a free ptione 
modem number which comes with a 
monthly subscription? 

2. Where can I get mora inliormaiiKjn 
on CompuServe? 

3. Do modem calls cost fess that nor- 
mal telephone calls? 

4. Whai modSiti would you suggest 
buying to a first-time buyer? Also, ' 
what Comms software vrauld you sug- 
gest I get? 

5. Van you tell me of any numbers of 

Bulletin Boards local to me? 

Now, finally, for a non-Comms 
related question: 

e. My Escape button hardly ever 
works anymore. Can I Iik it, or do I 
need a new keyboard? 
Simon P. hAaliard, Carlton, 
fiottlngham. 

That's what we like to ^» - a loyal 
reader. Since you get CU AMIGA so 
often, I hope you have had the 
good sense to subscritje to it - If 
not do It now, and you can now 
save aome moriay on the excellent 
Bruce Smith Mastering AmlgaDOS 
3 book (tal:0923 Sm 3551 

1 . CompuServe do charge 
monthly {under various different 
schemes for different users) bmt 
you al9o need to pay for connec* 
tion time. There ara ioi^al access 
points everywhere, but you still 
must pay your telephone bill 



when you dial tham up. 

2. Ring 0600 23937S and ask for an 
information pack. 

3. No, modem caita cost axaclty 
the same as normal 'voice' calls. 
The telephone comr^Bny dofi't 
know (or care) what you send 
down the fine as long as you pay 
for it at the normal rate. 
Remember that BT'a waakend 
cheap rate makes using boards 
further afield a lot less painful at 
the end of every quarter. 

4. Don't gat anything slower than a 
14,400 baud modem ~ the 
USRobotica Sportster 14,400 FAX 
Modem Is one of the bast for 
beginners (see August's issue for 
a review). Recant reductions In 
price make It a bargain. 

5. MacTel l>eC2-455417, 
The East Midlands Net 
0602-445307, 

Derbyshire Hub 0602-445307, 
The Crypt 0602-445307 
Nottm 0602-855607 
perhaps some of thasa will do> 

6. Gently prise off the keycap and 
spray in a small amount of aerosol 
contact cleaner or WMO. If that 
doesn't work you'll have to con- 
tact one of the repair shops ihat 
advenlse in CU AMIGA, 

COPYCAT 

I givs' up. I 
know it can 
be done, II 
must be pos- 
sible. I have 
tried but I still 
can't do it. I 
have read 
oountlesa 
books and' tried to do il countless 
limes, but to no avail. II you only 
have one disk drive how do you copy 
the music files from your brilliant 
ooverdisks (c a blank disk? It 
appears to have copied ihe files but 
then asks for the coverdisk back 
even whan it i^ in the drive, 
Chas Mitchell, Stafford. 

It's not that difficuit really, Chas. 
The easy way is to make a note of 
Iha disk names and always use 
them instead of dfO: {which refers 
lo the Currant disk in the drive, not 
the drive itself). In othar wordSt 
don't enter: 

copy from: dfO: sound to difO: 

bul something tika; 

copy from CUDlSKisound to 
MYDISK: 

The problem Is that the 'copy' 
command has to be read from diak 
bafdrs It can be used. You can get 
around this by making It resident, » 




101 




Q & A 



16 A WORKSHOP 



I 



» which mesne K is atomd In mem- 
ofy. Enter 

resident copy 

and flee If that helps- Or you can 
perform the copy In two stages - 
firstly to copy the files to the RAM 
Disk like this; 

copy from difO. sound to ram: 

and then to the new floppy * 

copv from ram:sound to my 
floppy: 

Or from ih>e Worktwnch drag the 
Icon Into the RAM dl?k, and then 
drag It to the new floppy. See? 
There are dozens of ways of doing 
It. You ccHjId even duplicate Ibe 
original floppy with DSstcCopy artd 
then erase all the files you {that's 
enough ways Ih^nk you - £d;i. 

BAD MEMORY 

I have an 
Al200witha 
Commodore 
fitted SOMb 
hard drive 
artd have 
some pr*3ti- 
Isms with the 
Amitek RAM 
:lxiard from Silica, It Kept crashing so 
I sent it back and got another one, 
Ttiis also didrt't wofk.Tfie third one I 
have crashes after atxsut 20 minutes. 
An ICL engineer checked the com- 
puter, Icund no faults but replaced 
the moiherboard anyway. 
Chris Hill, Barnet. Hertfordshire. 

Commodore didn't sell eny 
A121OOS with drives fitted - but 
thet'a another story. It sounds to 
me like a power aupply problem, 
so try one with a little more 
oomph, such as one from an 
ASOO. For even more power 
(grunt, gnjnt) you could write up 
a spare P€ PSU. You need +12 
volts, *5 volte and -5 volts OC - 
nothing out of the ordinary. 





I've tseen pro- 

grammirtg' my 
G&4 since 
19B5, and I 
have a lot of 
e>:perien«e of 
6502 assem- 
bly langLiage. 
Poor me, I 
thought that 68000 programming 
would l>e nothing more than learning 
all tfiie new hardware' addresses. In 
December I bought an A5€0, bui 
recently moved over to an At 200 
witti a. 240Mb hard drive. I bought 
Devpac 3 and some tiooks, bwl now 
I'm still next to nowhere l>ecause the 
only thirds these stupid bocks teacf^ 
me is how to open windows and 
stupid stuff like Uiai. 



Isn't ther# something decent 
available like ttie C64 Programmer's 
Reference Guide? And what are 
those Native Developer kits? Th&y 
sound just what l^'m looking for -but 
I'm not a native. 
Pleter Frenssen, Hesselt, Belgulm. 

Ah, Pleter- a common probl«m 
and one whiloh has ceiused a Tot of 
problems for many budding pro- 
grammers. The Commodore 64. 
was actually rather a simple beast 
to program, with ftit the work 
done by specie! chips which 
could take a good poking In order 
to work. 

The Amiga on the other hand, 
isn't a fumped up games console - 



Blftz Basic Is an OKcellent lan- 
guage whh which to feam ^t>out 
the various Amiga hardware fea- 
tures available, and you can also 
Integrate 68000 code directly to 
speed things up {BHtzhas an inte- 
gral assembler). However, If you 
insist on bashing the hardware 
directly, keep a look out for the file 
HOWTOCODE7 by Comrade J 
which will provide you with all the 
register addresses you'll need, 
and also some handy hints on 
being nice to the operating system 
at the sam^ time, 

The hJative Developor kits 
{available from Sharon McGuffie, 
Commodore UK, Commodore 
hfouse, The Switchback, Gardner 




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H's a computer with e superb mul- 
titasking operating system There 
are therefore two ways of pro- 
gramming the Amiga. 

1. Pretend it's nothing more 
complicated than a games con- 
sole and poke at the registers 
until they squeak. 

2. Use ttie operating system to 
take oft everything. 

Kow, technique one Is Initially 
very attractive but you soon come 
across probtems. First of ell, there 
have been many revisions and 
Improvements In thi« Amiga cus- 
tom chips and If you dive in and 
write a game for the A1 200, you 
may well find it fails over totally 
ort an A500 or an A4000. Secondly, 
If you want to write games 
whict'i wlin wortf on new hardware 
- aay the COW - you can't possi- 
bly know whether your program 
will wortf. 

If you use the second tech- 
nique, you can be sure your 
program is completely Amiga- 
friendly, Contrary to popular 
opinion this doesn't mean that It 
has to be deadly siow and written 
In C without any fancy copper lists 
bul you do have to request the 
resources from the operating sys- 
tem first. A game written property 
in this way will work on any Amiga 
and tw able to make use of 
advanced features present on new 
hardware platforms. 



Road, Maidenhead, Berka SIG 7XA. 
Tel: 0268 77IM38) costs £23 and 
contains disks crammed with the 
details you'll need to program the 
Amiga properly. There are testing 
and debugging programs, new v3.1 
includes for sseemblers and com- 
pilers and lots andi lots of advice. 
But whatever you do, remem- 
ber the Amiga Isn't a games 
console or a C64 - it's an Amilga, 
so treat it with some respect. 

DRIVE DILEMMA 

I am piannin<g 
t*sj>i on buying a 

GVP HDe+ 
Hard drive for 
my ASOO-t- 
very soon, i 
woukJ i'ike 
your advice 
on how to 
partition the driwe - in other words, 
how big the partitions should be. Also 
I could probably only afford a total of 
4Mb of extra Fast RAM in the drive, 
so if I ttought 2Mb now and 2Mb 
fater, what combination of SIMM's 
would I need? 

Ad nan Hussain, Edmonton, 
London. 

The standard way of setting up an 
Amiga hard drive is to create two 
partitions: one called Woritbench 
(for all your Workbench stuff suf- 
prjsingly) and the other wliich Is 
called Work. 

Unless you plan on having an 
extremely large number o1 fonts or 





libraries, you should be able to get 
away with 8 to 10Mb for the 
WoTkbeneh partition. The Work 
partition will take up the rest of the 
drive. It is not usually worthwhile 
creating more partitlone as eacht 
one consumes some precious 
memory. If you f&ei you need more 
organisation, create e drawer and 
leave It out on the Workbench 
where it can behave like en other 
partition - without using RAM. 
Remember that If you run out of 
spacet other SCSI drives can eas- 
lly be connected the SCSI perl at 
the rear of the HDe+. 

The GVP H0&+ tiaa four SIMM 
sockets, so get two 1Mb SIMMS to 
start with (they should cost less 
then £30 each) and another two 
wh«n yOM can afford it. 

VIDiOSIUDIO nXED 

1 was sorry to 
read in April's 

CU AMIGA 
that you wrote 
off Video 
Studio v3 for 
the A1 200 
when replying 
to WW. 
Windsor of Winsiow- It works very 
weii on my A1200. indeed even tiet- 
ter than i| did on the A500, 

VideoStudio is set up on iwo disks 
(VSl and VS2) for use with 
Workbench 1 .3 or Workbench £ but it 
does wofH perfectly with Workbench 
3 if a few small changes are made on 
the VSl disk. 

Delete the following: C, Devs, L, 
Litks, S, System, Go_1.3. Install 1 3, 
install 1,3.info, Install 2..0 ar>d install 
2.0. info. 

Rename Go_a.O as GO. 

Remove the boot Wock (from 
Shell type 

tMSTALL DFO; NOBOOT^ 

Copy Prsfs,''Overscan and its .info fila 
from Workbench 3.0 to the root of 
VSl but renamed as Preferences 
and Prefererx:es-info. 

Copy the Translator, library to 
WorKt>ench3.'libs from Ubs in either 
Wori*,t>en(?h1.3or2.0. 

Now boot from the Workbench 3.0 
artd insei both VSl and '^S2 into the 
drives. Click on the VS2 and the^ pro- 
gram should run. 

To run VkteoStudio from a hard 
drive, just copy VS2 and the modified 
VSl into a single drawer on the hard 
drive names VideoSludio- Assign 
isoth disl^ as given in the manual, 
alter the default tool on the Link icon 
to Identify the new path for QO and 
that's il! I hops this will be helpful to 
those who, like me, find VideoStudio 
a versatile and useful video utility. 
Peter A. Umg, Stanway, Colcfw«ter. 

Ohangir^ coda is not to be taken 
llghtty. It may be oopyrtghtod or could 
go wrong If you're not caretull 



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John Kennedy i$ your 
guide to everything you 
ever wanted to Icnow 
about the Amiga but were 
afraid to ask. 



GENERAL QUESnOHS 

Q. Can I switch o(f ihe power to my Amiga at 
any time? 

A. No! You shouldn't switch off the power sup- 
ply unit untili th? disk access llg^hl has gon« 
out. T^is appll«a to both floppy drives arKi hard 
drtves. Some games will keep the light on per- 
manently - In this case wait for a couple o1 
minutes to ensure the disk isn't l»ing 
access^ and then rpmove the disk tiefore 
switching off the power. 

Always use the switch on the power supply 
unit, ami switch it off a\ the mains when It is 
rvol In use. 

Q. When playing games niy Amiga doesn't seem 
to have any sound, why noi? 

A, "FTie Amiga doesn't have any speakers tJulH- 
In, Irtstead there is a stereo sound oufput at t^ 
rear: just like with a hi-fi separate CO player, 
you can buy small battery powered speakers to 
connect here. 

Some monitors come with speaitere which 
you can take advanlage of by iinkirvg the output 
of the Amiga to the audio inputs on the nnoni- 
lor. If you are usii^g your Amiga with a 
Television set and RF output (or with an exler- 
nal modulslor) the sound will eome from the 
TV'B speaker. If it doesn't, check the tuning and 
volume settings of the TV. 

Q. What actual diflerence does usirtg a computer 
monitor make? 

A. A dedicated monitor wUI provide a much 



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Ijetter display, H Is generally crlsper 
and sharper. If you have an A1 2M or 
an A4D0C snd a particular type of mon< 
ilor knowr\ as a multisync or dual 
scan, you'll be able to display quite a 
lot on screen at the same t(m«. 

Q. How do I program the Amiga? is 
BASIC built in? 



A, There is no language built Into the 
Amiga, instead, you will nteed to buy a 
package, such as Btltz Basic, AMOS or 
HiSoft BASIC;. 



What is KicKstart? 



A. Each Aniiga has a chip caifed a ROM (Read 
Only Memory) Inside 11. This chip contains 
information the Amiga needs to operate, part of 
this is called KickSlart. Amiga 500s come with 
Kickstart 1.3 or 2,04, Amiga &00s have 2.04 or 
2.05 and AlZOOs and A400as have Kickstart 
3.0. Kickstart X1 is now available as an 
upgrade to all these machines. 



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i^hy don'1 some older games work 

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memory fitted to the motherboard without an 

extra card. 

Q. What is Chip Rafii and Fast Ram? 

A. Chip RAM is special memory used for 
sound samples and graphics, Fast I^AM is 
normal higih speed memory used for pro^grams 
and program data. 

Q. Whafs the PCMCIA credit cand slot lor? 

A. The PCMCIA slot cafi tw used lo add mem- 
ory, hard drives, CD-ROM interfaces and video 
dlgitisers to the A1200- The A600 also has a 
PCMCIA slot, but there are fewer peripherals 
tor it - see page 99 of Ibis issue for a review of 
Smart Stor- a PCMCIA peripheral. 



A. Some games use quirky routines in the older 
Kictcaiarts and can't work with Kickstart 3. The 
A 1200 also has new graphics chips (called the 
AG A, or Advanced Graphics Architecture, 
chipset), and again some games won't work. A 
few games lail because of the faster processor 
in the A 1200 which causes Hming problems for 
tt^e games. 

It you can't get a game to work, you can try 
holding down both mouse buttons when you 
switch on and switching OFF the processor 
caches and selecting th« oidginai chipaet from 
the menus that appear. 

Sometimes a program such as DegrBder 
(available from any Public Domain library} will 
also worht. 

Q. How can I ctiange my Kickstart? 

A. The best way to change Kickstart is to buy 
an official upgrade pack. You can get an 
upgrade to 2.04, and recently versioti 3.1 has 
become avaiiabie. 

To perform the upgrade you will need 16 
replace the ROM inside the Amiga. Ttris 
upgrade will probably be of most use to ASM 
and A2000 Dwrwrs, 

MEMORY QUERIES 

Q. How can I add more memory? 

A. The ASOC, A600 and AlSOO have apeeial 
trapdoor expansion slots. You can buy exUa 
memory on cards which fH into these slots to 
increase memory. 

The A600 and A1200 can also use PCMCIA 
memory cards, although these are both quite 
expensive ar\d relativety siow. 

The A2000 will require a memory expan- 
sion board, but the A3000 and A4000 can have 



See our lead feature this monlli for more infro- 
mation o-n disk drivesM, 

Q. Why do I need to load 'yVorVbendi from disk? 

A. For total flexibiiilty the Amiga keeps most of 
Its operating system on disk, and loads i1 in 
when needed. Although it can be very slow 
when used with a single floppy disk, tt works 
extremely well with a hard disk drive. 

O. 'What is a hard disk drfve? 

A. A hard disk drive is an eKiremeiy large 
capacity disk (usually from 20Mb lo 2,000Mb - 
a floppy disk holds less than 1 Mb)i whtch 
works extremely quickly. 

Other than thai, the hard drive acts like a 
huge floppy drtve and can be used to store 
various items such as Workbench, Amiga pro- 
grams, data and some games. 

Q, How can I add a hard disk drive? 

A. Adding a hard drive to an A500 requires a 
single cilp-on unit that attaches to the expan- 
sion port on the left-hand side of the machine^ 
These drives are usual make use of the SCSI 
standard. The A600 and A1200 have IDE inter- 
faces built-in, and hard drives can befitted 
internaiity. tt'a also possible to connect hard 
drives to these computers via the PCMCIA port 
The A2000 requires an interface card and drive 
to t>e lifted internally. The A3000 has a SCSI 
interface built-in, and the A4000 has an IDE 
interface built-in. 

Q. 'What is a CO-ROM drive? 

A^ A CD-ROM drive is iilke a disk drive which 
works with CD-ROM disks. A CD-ROM will hold 
about 6O0Mb Of data. 



0. ( tiave an At 200, where are the manuals? 

A. The A1200 doesn't come with AmlgaDOS or 
Arexx manuals. If you need them, you can 
either buy some third-parly tnanuajs (try Bruct 
Smith Books tei: 0923 894 3SS) or get the 3.1^ 
Kickstart upgrade whieh includes mRnuais. 3 



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AMIGA WORKSHO 



IftiD WOULD. 




Chief cybernaut John Kennedy serves up another 
volley of words on the global network that is Comms. 





Summer is traditionaily a lot slower irr Cornins 
land, as most sensible p&ople refuse 10 
pack a portable computer and a balteiy- 
powered rmod&m in thair suiti:^se as \hey nip off 
on hofiday. 

That said; there has stHI been plenty of news 
and gossip (mosHy about CBM) floating around 
ttie ne(wor1Ks and it would tahe a long, long time to 
&it down and read ewerything which has bdan 
posted' in the FidoNet echo-es or Newsnet 
comp.sys.amiga,* groups- 



TRAPDOOR 1.85 

iMo sooner does TrapDoor J.54come along and 
get a plug in the September issue, when along 
comes Trapdoor l.S5l<o fix a lew lurking IsHjgs- 
This patch file (you need 1.84 in ordec to us« H) 
is available from thei Internet or most other BB5s 
in the oountry - including the CU AMIGA 
information Vault. 

TrapDoor is a mall paclUr>g program which is 
usenj in conjunction with a reader like SiOo^to nead 
FidoNet mail and edioes oft-line. 



me$4aging area- if you oani, askth^ boanj's 

Sysop fo get it lor you - it's on the Fidor>et 
BacktMne which means it isn't hard for him to get 
hold of it on your t>ehalt, When you gain aiocess, 
it's your ohance to discuss whatever you want 
about your favourite Ar^iga magazine, so don't l3e 
afraid to say hello- 



eiteclronic mail) and MOTORBIKES (lots of chat 
on leathers and ctiain lutie - kinky stuff). 



m'nt^ 



PROSEA'^/ERSE is like an electronic poetry and 

prose (eitlwr fadijai or fiGtional} magazino where 
anyone can publishi without the fear of being 
laughed at ... unfess of course they read 
P&V_01SC where works post-ad in PROSE& 
VERSE are freely discussed and analysed. 

The Iwo sdio&s are already available Irom sev- 
eral systems and the moderator Matlt>ew Reveli 
{2'25&50\.0) is waitir^g for informalkm on trackbone 
status, Mattt>9W's board is Vhe lar^Sf rnail Station >ln 
ttw North East of Ertglarid ~ well worth investigating. 

And there's more ... Other echoes worth hunt- 
ing out include: CHESS (for playing games via 



Two excellent pieces of new$ for CU AMIGA read- 
ers this month. Fii^t of all, the CU AMIGA 
Infomiation VauH is open. This is an area on a BBS 
which contains the various fr&ely-dlstriibutabie tiles 
whKh iiave mentioned in the magazine. 

TTie primary vault is situated at the Heart of 
Gold BBS (tel; 0247 27491 9 - thanks- to SySOp 
Colin Tumor for dor^ating the space) but other 
Sysops are rriwe than welcome to mirror the sHe. 
Please contact Andy Leaningi at itie CU AMIGA 
office so we can keep a record of the Boards 
involved and publish their nufntofs. 

'If you are setting up your own BBS please jot 
down air the details and send Ifie details to CU 
AMIGA , Priory Courl, 30-32 Farringdon Lane, 
London EC1iR 3AU or Email to us .at ClUAMIiGA@ 
ciji-Compulink. co.uk. Would the woman who 
phoned us about her son's BBS please contact 
us again. (JJi 



AMiaGA_UAGS 

Z22zTZ . .. Cor blimey, everyone seems to be 
asleep in ttie Amiga_Mags echo. MirKt you my net 
feed went down lor a while so I might have laee-n 
missing eveiythlng - 1 hope there weren't any 
rmre oommenls at)Out my ea^. Just a reminder 
titmt if your local BBS is pan of the FJdoKet system 
you should be able to access the Amiga_Mags 



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Pocket-sized sequencing 
that actually fits in your 
poclcet! Tony Morgan 
takes Yamaha's QY8 for a 
rail trip around Britain. 

I really like the idda Of making music any tifH^, 
anywhere, Inspiration can sinks when you're sit 
ting on \he irain, or walching your Y-tron.ts go 
rounct at ttie launderette. By the time you get 
tiome, you've usually forgotten th# potential mas- 
terpiece you'd just mentally composed. That's 
wtiere Yamatia's QY8 oomes in. Metaphoncally 
speakir^g, it's l?een design&d as a kind of pocket- 
sized bottle lor your creative juices, if you like, yaa 
can poor .all your ideas into it wtille they're fresh, 
put the top on, and open it up again wtien you get 
badk home. Literally speaking, it's a portable 
sequencer and multi-tlmbral sound module rolfe^j 
into one, The idea seems to have b&en to pnaduce 
a cheaper versbn oi the similar QYIO and OY50. 

NOKHmOARD 

There's no keytxiardl Considering itiis is a musical 
instrumenl, the lacl^ o4a keyboard [$, surprising, 

and also a little off-pytting. However, it sits corti- 
tortably in twth hands, and feels just Jike a Game 
Geajr, All the parameters on the LCD screen are 
controlled by 1 2 rubber buttons. Notes are eniered 
by moving a dot up and down a minuscule stave, 
and pressing Enter when you get to the right nolB, 
The stave display then automatical ly scrolls off 
your entered no'te to make way for the next. This Is 
unless your are in chord mode, in which case you 
can enter all the notes ol your chosen chord before 
nwvlng on. 

SING-ALONG-A-STYU 

The composition prooase \& based around preset 
styles and aocornpaniments. Yamaha envisage 
QYe users selecting a style {dance, rock, rhumba 
etc}, and then tnuikling on this to create their own 
tracks. This is fine if you doni mind your ideas 
being coloured by the predictably naff auto-aocom- 
paniments, but it's not mucti good if you want to 
write some basic tunes from scratch. However, you 
can mute the four backing tracks, or select a 
'blank' style, leaviiig you to compose with tbe 
remaining four. You'd lie onto a winner il yoy 
wanfted to go busking on Blackpool seafromL 

SOUND QUALITY 

AWW samples are used for all frie instruments. 
AWM (Advanced Wavelorm Memory) is Yamaha's 
1 6-bit sound generation system that's used In tlneir 

P3S series of home keyboards. There are no 
effects, no tillers, and no oscillators to mess 
around with. Even sO, t^e sounds themselves are 
clean, and cover tl^e main areas {drums, bass, 
chords, lead, guitai^ arKl brass). The drum kit Is 




surprisingly good, with solid Kii;KS, and quite a 
selection of perojssion sounds, inciuding atew 
TR-808-styie noises, It's hard to t>elieve they're all 
coming out of something this small? 

The MIDI ports ai the back allow you to hook up 
(he QYS to an external sequencer or MIDI key- 
board. This way, you can play up to B ol the QYB's 
sounds at once, without having to use the 
extremely awkward built-in sequencer. Four of ttie 
soufkIs are dictated by those used by selected 
style - you get to choose the other four yourselt. 
You can also use a MIDI keyboard to enter notes 
when usir^ the built-in sequencer, 

FIPDLY SEQUINCER 

Tttere's stacks of potential In this liMe tiox, but it's 
locked away t>ehind one of the most finicky 
sequencers ever devised. The stave section oi the 
screen can only show one note or chord at a time. 
Once you enter a note, it's scrolled out of sight to 
make way for the next, so you never get a visual 
representation of the melody. To make matters 
worse, the stave can only show two octaves, so 
when you move above or below the current 
octaves, the note cursor jumps back up the dis- 
play, which is now representing higher or lower 
octaves. This is all very 'Confusing, 

Trying to program a drum beat is hell. The note 
cursor moves to notes thai are in ihe specified key 
signature, but the drum sounds are spread rigtit 
across the range of notes. This means that to enter 
certain drum sounds, you need to find the note 
nejrt to the one you wart, and then go and change 
it to a Hat or sharp. If you want to enter mare of the 
same sound (a tiigh hal line for example), you 
have to repeat the process each lime [although 
you can copy and paste sections to save time). 



Also, there's no indicator that teils which note you 
are on, so if you're not au-fait with sheet musk:, 

you can spend ages just trying to find the right 
sdund. and then have to go back and delete all the 
wrong entries you had lo make to try out all the 
sounds along the way. The sequencer has a list of 
frustrating Eeatures and omissions as tong as your 
arm. A bit of a joke really, when it's supposed to be 
a spontaneous composition tool- 

CONOUSION 

The QYe is very nearly a brilliant (itHe music box. 
'What it needs is a mini keyboard, realtime note 
entry, and a basic sequencer that's easy to use, 
Removing Ihe keyboard (from the original QYIO) 
will have kept costs down, but it's had a devastat- 
ing effecl on the usability. H the guts of the 
machine weren't up to much, it wouldn't be much 
of a loss, but it's really a very powerful unit, consid- 
ering its si^e and price. How atiout a revised 
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^CREUIEUU... 

)id Meier's Colonization 

;■ been a long lime but the follow-up to Civilization is HERE, and i!'s reviewed 
NLY in PC Review! 

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'Vhy buy a new PC when you can renil? It could work out more cheaply ■ we 

slain how. 

'he future of sound: we look behind the scenes at Creative Technofogy. the 

opie behind the Sound Blaster 

live your sound card the speakers it deserves - four sets of speakers reviewed 

J rated in our definitive test. 



• Who owns who? How the PC garr^es publishers are slowly but surely becoming 
part of Hollywood - a special PC Review investigation. 

• Be the first to play MicroProse's Transport Tycoon, with PC Review's special 
cover disk extract- 



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BACKCHAT 




Don't give us any lip. Just write it down and send it In. 
Go on, we dare you. 



AMOS? 

I was pleasantly surprise when I tried to save CU 
AMIGA'S July coverdisJt game: VaitiattaAnd Tfte 
Lofd Of Infimty. Why? Because wtien I did so an 

AMOS requester poppod up on thfl screen, saying 
that (he disk was write protectedi, Goali, was I sur- 
prised! Not because [tie disi* was write protected, 
bul tvecause the program was writteni in AMOSl Or 
am I wrong? H I'm not wrong, tlien this must be the 
twst program overwritten in AMOS, 
Anders Bakkwold, Haug«9und, Norway- 

You're not wrong Anders, Vafftatia And The Iok* 
Ofltitinity was actually wri^tten in AMOS 
Praiessionai in atmo&t no time al all. You're also 
right tn pointing out that It la easily the best 
game ever wrinen in sakJ tariguage. The tnere 
iBct that most peopte just didn't spot that It waa 
an AMOS game saya It ail when It CCKmes to the 
Ingenious design. 

COMMODORE NICE? 

Having read &o much about Amiga owners' com- 
plainte ooncerninig CommofJore UK Ltd's customer 
service, i felt 1 had to put Itie record straight and 
relate my experienoe to you and your readers, 

I purctiased an A1 200 last Decern bsr and only 
recenUy I had a problem with the supplied soft- 
ware; WoTiKbenoh 3,0 and DPsint^ri. V disks. A 
telephone call to Commodofa's customer servicss 
resulted in prepaid address labels arriving the very 
next morning and jyst seven days th^e replacement 
disks arrived. Commodore not only replaced the 
faulty disks ImjI the entire DPatfii and Worttfaench 
set. I think you will agree that this is very good ser- 
vice and sl^ould receive recognition as such 
through your columns, Kesp up llie goodi work, 
Pffter MwtxistQn, 3t (Leonards Qn Sea. 

Weil readers, has anyone else hsd similar good 
vibrations from Maidenhead? It jtist goes to 
show ilmat even a big company like Commodore 
values its cuatomers. 



USA FIGHnNG iACK 

is it ime or are ail the other console, PC companies 
and users gsfiging up on the Amiga? How mudi 
longer is it before Ihese people realise that the 
Amiga is here to stay atongside their machines. 
They boast about ticrw great their machines are and 
how it has this and tfiat, and then they njbbish the 
Amiga saying; "oh the Amiga is crap, it's so slow rK>- 
one uses it", 'Well, think again. 

I'm notdienyinp that there are rrvore powerful 
machines out there. But why can't ihey just stick to 
their machine arid be happy? If a computer d&es 
what you want and you're happy, then that is all 
there is to it. Who cares ii my Amiga 500 is not as 
tast or has less colours ihan a SEGA Saturn or 
3D0. They must be so insecure about their own 
machines that they have to s)am Ami^a users at 
every chance. Perhaps they are acluaiiy jealous. 

Ijxjk, they can keep their CD-FtOM, DSP chip. 
Fractal, light sou reed, blah blah blah. Their games 
just don't cut it for me, I've played games on many 
machines and the majority of Amiga games are 
usually superior in p(ayabi1ity. The only decent 
games on other Icmnats that aren't Amiga conver- 
sions are Aladdin and Streets Of Rape2,The 
Amiga programmers are just about exhausting its 
cajpabiiities, her>ce the recent standard of excellent 
games being released- The new releases on other 
tomiats, however, are jusl ihe some old ideas witti 
flashier presentations. 

There is an advert for a PC miagazine that says 
the PC is the greatest games machine ever. 
KKKEEERRRAAAPPPP! The ma{:tiir>e can't scroll 
for peanuts (the Commodore 64 leaves it tor dead 
tor Pete's sake), Sourtdbfastef is nowhere near as 
good as the Amiga's sound (forget specifications, 
just listen to both of them} and Serrs/fefe Socceron 
the PC justdidnT match up to the Amiga version. 
And, isn't it interesting that Sensible Software 
always develop their games first on ttie Amiga, 

Tell me PC owners, which rnachine is used to 
do the graphics for Babylon S or SeaQu^st? 
Which computers are TV netwofKs using to 



produce' promos and graphics on? Wtiich machine 
has ttie best operating system? Poor PC, all those 
specs but nowhere to go, such a boring machine. 
Look, console and PC owners enjoy your machine 
but Just don't rubbish Amiga owners. The Amiga is 
my iavourite machine. So kindly shut up or else we 
will get nasty and tease you with a copy of Ssn$i 
Soccer, G03/-' or perhaps Wo/khencK 
Wayne Psaila, Kifbum, SA. 

Strong words indeed, But there will always be 
rivalry between machines when it comes to 
magazines, something that I personally have 
always found a linle sad. Your advice is sipot on 
- i>e happy with your own rnachine. If it does tha 
Job you wpnted It to do, then what's the prob- 
lem? Stick with the Amiga mate! 

SLAPHIAO 

I am 40, (ightirtg: a losing battle against being a slap 
head, and tiave a 50% share of an Amiga 1 200 wittr 
my 1 [>-year-Old daughter, I was one of the lew souls 
who purchased an MSX computer and have lived 
long enough to witness a program load by cassette, 
so as you can imagine wor1«r*g w#i the A1 200 is 
like comparing a Trabant to an Ft Racer. 

Now, apart from being lost at the endless appli- 
cations available to \he Amiga as well as being 
computer iiiisterate I have oome across a major prob* 
lem. To wfct, I have tried to follow frie Awxx tutorial irt 
CU AMIGA every month bvl I cannot get the follow-, 
ing characters to type Out: "". When I try it turns to 
an @ and a small star:. *. is there any hope tor me al 
all? Be gentle with me. Nk« and slow - no fancy 
computer speak. 
id McCann, Betfast. 

Your probtem Is a tairiy simple but common 
one. Because th# Amiga Is sold all over the 
world the operating system (Workbench) ties 
been designedi to work wUh keyboards from all 
over the world. Unfortunately, it is preconfig- 
ured for American keybosrds which are subtly 
different to UK versions, ie aome of the keys ait 
In difterent places. The perfect example of ttiis 
is that when you press the key that has the '" 
chiracters on it it thinks you are pressing the 



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lEAMUiK 

Everyone needs companionship. Some 
people have pets but Andy Leaning? No. 
Our Andy's different (and richer accord- 
ing to this version of events) ... 



ALAN DYKES 



,A'4'<'<UJdH 



I totildn'l help notk- 
ing thai iiiere was 

^metfiinq strange 
ablaut Andy that 
ijiav. He didn'1 have 
his usaal dsvil-niciy- 
core attitude and 
Itwre wasn't q mqk 
egguindwitlim 
sight, lie abo hadn't moae \\k usjdI early 
iTKtnirg canmenl^ obwt monitors, the 
Internet Of 30 mitdelllrg, in fact k didn't 
soy anything at dl.„ 




USACOIUHS 

I WDS too busy iMtn 

my 1ortur& inspte- 
inatls to notice 
ijnythungatlbthi 
oTfefleclionAiHhiY 
hxe was definite 
redder ihariHud. 
Ihentthwygtit 
"tfiot'^odd^bol 
{B though he's just aboLft to explode"' b«l 
being a coredenti«us, sort of person I bi;siel 
njywif wtlh the hammer Dnce again. All vm 
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By GARY lARSON 




"So, ProtMiiof Sadow^kcyi ywi'i* Hying ihut irQuf 

Wlow mvarch^r, Prol«*9£r LmzzeN, krvawlrvg 1(1111 W«n 

thai bBboont cor>ai(]«r «yft ccnntH:! lo be imeal«rirng, 

FurtdMl f ou ttili hal on that l*i«luJ ttvy yon mmr jg«d 

h'Om your Sanar^li ct(Tipin«.~ 

hey that has the # symbol on It b«causa that's 
what the American keyboard has cun this ksy^ 
Getting around this is very 9»s^. In your 
Preterences drawer dDubie click on the 'input' 
Icon^ This wi^i $l\ovi you ta change the key- 
board type from US to British (right-hand side 
of the requester). Having ciicked on the British 
option click on the save button at the botiom of 
the requester and reboot your Amiga. You 
shouid rtow be able access those k^ya you've 
been missing. The * character Is- produc^di by 
hoiding down th^ Shift key and pre^alng key B 
aiong the top row. 



F1 FRENZY 

Like rnany people, I suspect, 1 find Fofwula One 
Grand Prix way too easy. Hortfever, rl is poasjble to 
make th€ game! a bit harder by speeding i>p the cai^ 
wiiti the help of the PD pnogram Newzap. On the 
F1GP nymtjer two disk there is a program calied 
'ftgp'. TSiis is the main prtjgram. Using N$w^sp, ffnd 
block 940 of this program', 

The information controlling the cars' perfor- 
mancsBs is at cursor position 140. Each team's 
Speed is represented by ttnc bytas- All you have to 
do is increase the&e numt^ers and bingo - the cars 
are much fasten. There is a limit io how fast (he cars 
can go before they slow down again, but even an 
increase of 40-50% should make the cars' lap time* 



give ytiy a good run lor your rrraney. 

The data regarding the driver's racing and quali- 
fying skills is at cursor positions 168 and 190. By 
lowering these numbers you increase the drivers' 
ability or make ttiem all FF and watch Ihe dnvers 
spin off al every corr>er. 
Roben Newman, Woiver hamptofi. 

What, THE Rob [or So[>) Newman. The funny 
one? Personally. I never e^xpeoted one of th* 
blokes from History Today to know so much 
about hacking into games, but ther« you ar^. 
There Is also a piece Of PD software that allows 
you to edit the game from a elmpie front end, 
rather than going through a whoFe series of 
nteanlngless figures wrth a disHssefnbief, 

TEAM 1 7 REPLY 

In resportse to your letter from Alan IHeywood 
(Letters, Septe^iiber CU AMIGA t994), sure, we 
would be itie first id admit that disk accessing using 
an Overdrive on the Amiga leaves a lot to be desired, 
but H Alan hadi studied your revjew before punchasi-ng 
that ganw, tie would haive been forewarned about 
Itiis, Also, as you stated in your reply, w& are resolute 
in our support for Ifie Amiga, h^artyn (Creative 
Director} and myself both have Amigas on our desks, 
and we do much of Our work on them. 

Alan seems to be a little ot>sessed with Team 
1 7's actions in the PC marttel white ignonng the fact 
that sorrw other much-championed ex-Amiga devel- 
opers have totally abandoneid our great machine In 
favour of other platforms. Our Media Manager, Alan 
Bunker, protested strongly when the PC magazine 
Mr. Heywood referred to implied that we were reduc- 
ing our eommiiment lo ibe Amiga. That simply isn't 
true. 1/Vail until you see what we've in store for the 
Amiga in 19951 Whilst we 'sponsor' Ihat [PC HomeJ 
page by giving our garries as tetters prizes, we have 
no cofTtrol or prior approval on its editorial content. 

On the subject of HD install ability and Team 17, 
game* like Alien Br^ed 2 and Body Blows AGA 
were both HD installable. Tourer AssaLrft and Super 
Stardust wiW be loo. This has only become fe^ible 
with ihe A 1200. flaking a game HD installable 
involves using the operating system, which takes 
memory. Since most ol Our game are lechnicaliy 
demanding on Hie machine, making the games HD 
insiallaUle on machines with less than 2Mb would 
involve making eompromises in the gameptay, 
which we are not prepared to do! 
Marcus Dyson, Development Co-ordlnetcir, 
Team 17, 

And there you go. Straight from the, er, horse's 
mouth. Team I7'a origins lie In Amiga develop- 
ment and they are proud of the fact that they 
are still supporting the machine. Most comptt- 
nies need to evolve to survive,, and this means 
producing games for more than one platform. 



BACKCHAT^ 



AN AUSSIE SMAKS 

What is happening? The Amiga is out for |he 
count in Australia. I mean look at it. Commodore 
Australia was liquidated earlier this year, and it 
looks like other? will follow. On top of this, there 
have been rumours eveiywf^re about Sarrtsung 
taking over the whole show. Is the UK Uie last 
&tronghoW lor the Amiga? I wish Samsung (or 
whoever) is taking over Commodore 
Internaljonal. would huny up. Ttie longer it 
takes, the worse it wMI be for the Amiga. I predict 
that it will take a lot for the new owners of 
Commodore to get the Amiga back on its feel 
again. Evsn if we are optimistic and say ttiat the 
Amiga will live^ in Australia it won't be any good 
because you prctiably won't l>e able to buy 
much software (let alone games). You see, 
they're bringir^ in a new law to classify all conrv 
puter games. For every game title that is 
imported, there will be a fee- this makes only 
th& biggest-selliing games worthwhile importing. 
If the Amiga makes it through, will I as an Amiga 
owner living in NSW have to order games from 
the UK? It's not a nice predtoamerit. 

In hindsight, you can point the finger for the 
demise ot the Amiga at two main causes: 
Commodore themselves (for martteting bun- 
gles); and all ttiose horrible software pirates out 
there - for not only making games more expen- 
sive but helping to discourage would-be Amiga 
developers [eg, the Australian team SSQ, who 
are not making an Amiga version of Wariorda 
Ik surely the coolest strategy game ever). 

In summing up, 1 purchased an Amiga 1200 
with a 200Mb hard drive three months ago [and 
being a poor student, ^at was a big invest- 
ment], 11 the Amiga goes down for good, will 
my hard disk always be only one third full? [No. 
t don't want to fill it up with pictures and 
Pirotracker modules, (resides. I have already 
gotenough).! sincerely hope that i (and every- 
one else) will Im al>le to go out and buy a 
Christmas hit for my Amiga this year. In other 
words. Commodore may be dead, but the 
Amiga [let's hope) is not dead and will make a 
big comeback worldwide. 
Harley Kingston, NS'W, Australia 

Thia is Just one of the letters we are currently 
Receiving from all over the worid from coft- 
cerned Amiga owners. It's quite 
{ disconcerting to hear otthe import tax ievl9d 
on computer games in Australia, as I have 
always telt that Qz Is a largely untapped 
wealth of programmers and artists, (eg Add 
' Software). Hopefully, very soon, soon this 
I whole mese will be cleared up. Ctieck out tlw 
^ news this issue for the latest davetopments. 



TONYDIUON 

alt WDS Q ItHigh dby. I 
hod SMDl tne erttire 
nighf Defcre owl wilfi 
Dlleost three mter- 
mrtiwd hwvy 
ntelal rotk stars 
indiHling;. I believa, 
Ake Cooper, who 
lent me iu iQXJ fioir 
home. I was m my way up the rijod io tlie 
office with Oaudio SclKtHer tirapod on my 
riahl arm ciikI Die MtPherson on my left 
wnen I CMjght ihe, er, smell ... 



TONYHORGAN 




"[< I ihoiwhl in 
my chirpy Mradlesex 
iTtann«f, "snteHs ile 



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tooklhe 
Iteard nolhing 
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someoies 
lop fry up on ouf 
BoorEofBUP 
TmranlbutwD^I 
Hoi Hoduallv smells 
lib barbecued car 
eggslWhottouUitberi 
o(TOcnjt5fmystiy«ond 
A spooky silcfKS hod erigulfed 
AMIGA... 



JOHN KENNEDY 

1 1 hd never seeti 
orylhina like it, lbs 
j whole orke wq^ cov 
I ared in o soirl of 
I yellowish-wfiite ^Ime 
Dfid there, in tfte 
tniddle of it all wos 
I Andy, sm^inq, with 
'teorsrollingiownhis 
cheeb and a krig bole in the butt of hH 
tioLBBi^. '*Bere Simmy," he said ond rtwde 
EFCKiiiing noises in thi6 direction of the dork- 
ssl corner of ifte room. 





Whdaioadofiild 
fuss over nothing. 
HowwtKlHippo»d 
to kn«w it would 
happen like ihot^ 
Anywoyl'inabajtlo 

famoiR and the rest 
of tjiein can go to 
hall. Why tfid itiey ifiink I wos eoiina oil l+iose 
egg sdrawidtes for onywoy? Why? Because 
Tve jiBt invented ord given, birth to on 
organic RAM di|p. I'm rkhl Ha ha! 



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